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    average water temperature


    average Baltic cloudiness

    2.7 mg/m3

    average Baltic chlorophyll a

    141.7 mg/m2·d

    average Baltic primary production

    11.68 MJ/m2

    Baltic mean daily total

    Do you know : chlorophyll is a pigment found in plants, which gives them a characteristic green color. The primary function of this pigment is the absorb of solar energy, which is needed for photosynthesis.

    SatBałtyk seminar

    Seminar SatBałtyk took place on 15 March 2017 in Institute Oceanology of Polish Academy of Sciences. Plan included lecture by Waldemar Walczowski and Ilona Goszczko "Baltic observations in ARGO program" . Photos by:

    SatBałtyk seminar

    SatBałtyk seminar took place on 14 December 2016 at the Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences. Plan included lecture by Dr. Marek Kowalewski "Numerical optimization of the DESAMBEM model and resulting

    Zachodniopomorski Festiwal Nauki

    Zachodniopomorski Festiwal Nauki at Faculty of Geosciences of University of Szczecin took place on 20 September in Szczecin. Programme covered lectures and workshops. Project and System SatBałtyk was presented during

    SatBaltyk buoy

    On 7 June 2016 a measurement buoy was placed on its place again. It was anchored in the Gulf of Gdańsk - 54.434° N,  19.009° E. From this position it supplies the

    IX Sopot Day of Science

    IX Sopot Day of Science took place  on 4 June 2015. The event was organized by the Institute of Oceanology under the auspices of the Mayor of Sopot. The event was

    20 Science Picnic

    SatBałtyk took part  in the 20th edition of the Science Picnic, with the theme of “Health”. SatBałtyk was represented by: Joanna Stoń-Egiert (IOPAN), Monika Zabłocka (IOPAN), Jagoda Białogrodzka (IOPAN), Paulina Aniśkiewicz (IOPAN), Tomasz Zapadka (IF AP), Marcin Paszkuta (IO

    Sentinel-1B started data delivery

    Sentinel-1B already started transmission. The first image, taken on 28 of April at 05:37 GMT, captured the Austfonna glacier, Svalbard. Sentinel-1B produced its first images only two hours after the

    Research cruise

    From 9 to 18 April 2016 a research cruise took place on board R/V Oceania. All the research was supervised by Piotr Kowalczuk and carried out by the staff and PhD students of

    Research cruise

    From 24 February to 4 March 2016 a research cruise took place on board R/V Oceania. All the research was supervised by Monika Zabłocka and carried out by the staff and PhD students of

    Sentinel-3 satellite

    The third ESA-developed satellite carrying four Earth-observing instruments was launched on 16 February, ready to provide a ‘bigger picture’ for Europe’s Copernicus environment programme. The 1150 kg Sentinel-3A satellite was carried