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Synergistic satellite remote sensing of biotic and abiotic processes in marine and large fresh water bodies: development of a methodology and application to some European seas and large lakes (SYNERGISTIC SENSING)

From 2004-05-01 to 2007-04-30

Project details

Total cost:

Not available

EU contribution:

EUR 210 000

Coordinated in:

Germany

Topic(s):

OPEN - OPEN Call

Objective

Coordinator

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
Germany
Bundesstrasse 55
20146 Hamburg
Germany
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Administrative contact: Hartmut GRASSL
Tel.: +49-411-73255
Fax: +49-411-73350
E-mail

Participants

Free University of Berlin
Germany
Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 6-10
12169 Berlin
Germany
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Administrative contact: Jurgen FISCHER
GKSS Research Centre
Germany
Max-Planck Strasse 1
21502 Geesthacht
Germany
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Administrative contact: Roland DOERFFER
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Norway
Edv Griegsvei 3
5059 Bergen
Norway
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Administrative contact: Lasse PETTERSSON
Russian Academy of Science / Kola Scientific Center Murmansk Marine Biological Institute
Russia
Vladimirskaya 17
183038 Murmansk
Russia
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Administrative contact: Vladimir DENISOV
Russian Academy of Sciences Northern Waters Problems Research Institute
Russia
Aleksander Nevsky av. 50
185003 Petrozavodsk
Russia
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Administrative contact: Nikolai FILATOV
Saint-Petersburg State University
Russia
10th Line 33/35
199178 St. Petersburg
Russia
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Administrative contact: Victor IONOV
Scientific foundation Nansen International Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre
Russia
Bolshaya Monetnaya 26/28
197101 Saint-Petersburg
Russia
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Administrative contact: Dmitry POZDNYAKOV
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