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Gulf of Gdansk spring bloom physical, bio-optical, biological modelling and contact data assimilation
Semovski, S.V.; Wozniak, B.; Hapter, R.; Staskiewicz, A. (1996). Gulf of Gdansk spring bloom physical, bio-optical, biological modelling and contact data assimilation, in: Djenidi, S. (Ed.) The Coastal Ocean in a Global Change Perspective. Journal of Marine Systems, 7(Special Issue 2-4): pp. 145-159
In: Djenidi, S. (Ed.) (1996). The Coastal Ocean in a Global Change Perspective. Journal of Marine Systems, 7(Special Issue 2-4). Elsevier: Amsterdam. 117-438 pp., more
In: Journal of Marine Systems. Elsevier: Tokyo; Oxford; New York; Amsterdam. ISSN 0924-7963, more
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  • Semovski, S.V.
  • Wozniak, B.
  • Hapter, R.
  • Staskiewicz, A.

Abstract
    In this study we propose a model of phytoplankton population dynamics in the marine ecosystem, which includes physical, biological and bio-optical parts. As an example we simulate the abnormal 1993 Gulf of Gdansk spring bloom, when extremely high chlorophyll concentrations were observed. For the one-dimensional model we use two different methods of contact chlorophyll observation assimilation to fit a model of “in situ” data. The results are compared with two-dimensional ecosystem modelling based on a barotropic model of wind-driven circulation without assimilation.

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