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The research vessel Oceanograf, after sailing four thousand nautical miles on its SEA-EU cruise, will moor at the quay near the Fishmarket square in Gdańsk this Saturday. In this way, with the participation of scientists, the authorities of the University of Gdańsk and the City of Gdańsk, the international scientific cruise will come to an end. Come and welcome Oceanograf with us! The University of Gdańsk's catamaran…
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After three years, the first stage of the SEA-EU European Coastal Universities Alliance came to an end. On the 22nd of June, representatives of all the member universities including - Rector of the University of Gdańsk prof. dr hab. Piotr Stepnowski, project coordinator prof. Fidel Echieverra, Rector of the University of Split prof. Dragan…
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The stage from Kiel to Brest was full of new experiences for the r/v Oceanograf. The UG ship entered the North Sea, the English Channel and, above all, the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. During this six-day transit, the team of scientists collected various types of samples from the estuaries of the largest rivers in western Europe - the Elbe, the Rhine and the Seine. On June 12, the ship departed for the final part…
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The SEA-EU cruise has educational and scientific value, but its most important value is to strengthen the ties between Europe's coastal universities. During the second leg (from Kiel to Brest), scientists from four different research centres are on board the r/v Oceanograf. Kseniia Andrieieva, Jerome Goslin, Ruben Rios and Dr Adam Sokołowski, Prof. UG, tell us how they are working together…
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The morning of the tenth of June saw the end of the second leg of the SEA-EU cruise. R/v Oceanograf arrived in the port of Brest, where it will stay until the twelfth of June. A press briefing was held on board the ship, attended by dr Aleksandra Brodecka Goluch, scientific director of the cruise, Matthieu Waeles from the University of Brest and Jerome Goslin, a member of the r/v Oceanograf research crew. After a…
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The cruise from Gdynia to Cadiz on a vessel equipped with the latest measuring and research equipment opens up a multitude of possibilities for biologists, chemists and physicists interested in the sea and ocean. The coordinator of the expedition, dr hab. Adam Sokołowski, prof. UG, explains why the scientific committee of the expedition decided to focus on projects concerning aerosols, greenhouse gas emissions from the…
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On the third of June, the r/v Oceanograf became a 'drifting university' where academic communities from the two SEA-EU universities could work together and exchange knowledge. Students and scientists from Christian Albrecht University Kiel (CAU) boarded the catamaran. The guests took part in research in Eckernförde Bay, where the cruise research team carried out hydroacoustic measurements and took samples of sediment…
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In the evening, on June 4th scientific vessel Oceanograf left Kiel port. During the next part of the cruise the crew will mostly conduct research connected to work package three - comparative studies of microplastics in European coastal waters. In the next few days the ship will enter the North SEA and then the English Channel, but first it needs to pass Kiel Channel.    New chapter of the cruise also means a change of…
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On the second of June, the Oceanograf received many distinguished guests. First, a press conference was held on board, where representatives of Kiel University and Professor Fidel Echevarria, the coordinator of the alliance, talked about the cruise and SEA-EU itself. The members of the SEA-EU Governing Board were then given a tour of the vessel by dr Aleksandra Brodecka-Goluch, the cruise's scientific director, and…
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At 7.30 am on the first of June, the R/V Oceanograf entered the port of Kiel. This marks the end of the first leg of the SEA-EU research cruise. In the coming days, the scientists will attend a press conference for the German press and perform some of the last surveys in the Baltic Sea. Photo by Rubén Rios Quintero…
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The English Channel, the Bay of Biscay and the Kaletan Strait are just some of the bodies of water that the UG ship R/V Oceanograf will visit in the upcoming days. The progress of our researchers can be followed on the expedition's website. This is a new feature that uses a widget created by vesselfinder.com, a portal that tracks the maritime activity of marine vehicles around the world. Thanks to the global AIS system…
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On the route from Gdynia to Kiel, we hosted scientists from Spain and Germany on board. Despite difficult weather conditions, we managed to carry out hydroacoustic, chemical and biological research. The collected water samples will be used to estimate greenhouse gas emissions from the marine environment into the atmosphere. Using various types of nets, we obtained research material for assessing microplastic pollution…
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Gdańsk - Kiel - Brest - Cadiz is the route of the research cruise organized by SEA-EU. University of Gdańsk ship -  R / V Oceanograf - left the port on May 26 at 1.00 p.m. The trip will last 23 days, during which around 100 scientists from SEA-EU, an alliance of six European coastal universities, will conduct five one-day research cruises and three…
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Six research rooms, low manning requirements and advanced equipment – these are the aspects of the 'Oceanograf', a vessel of the University of Gdańsk that make it the most advanced vessel of its type on our continent. In late 2017, the R/V Oceanograf sailed on a research cruise for the first time and has been actively involved in Baltic Sea research ever since. Its services are used by both companies and universities…
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The ‘European University of the Seas’ (SEA-EU) alliance was officially launched in October 2019, as part of the flagship ‘European University’ Initiative of the European Commission, to renew the vision of universities’ role as key leaders and shapers of Europe’s future. As the alliance of six European and coastal universities from Cadiz, Brest, Kiel, Gdańsk, Split and Malta, we share an integrated, long-term strategy…