Prof. Dr. Oliver Wurl
Dr. Mariana Ribas-Ribas
Testing the simultaneous operation of both catamarans HALOBATES and GLAUCUS ATLANTICUS in the port of Bremerhaven from onboard RV Heincke and the work boat.
One of the first deployments of the new research catamaran GLAUCUS ATLANTICUS. GLAUCUS has an automatic water sampler, which can collect 24 discrete samples from the sea-surface microlayer and underlying water.
The BASS team had a follow-up meeting – discussing prrliminary results of the mesocosm study in the spring and planning further joint experiments.
Jasper Zöbelein of SP 1.5 made third place in the ICYmare poster contest with his poster about the BASS mescosmn experiment.
BASS has a Scientific Advisory Board with Prof. Dr Heather Allen (The Ohio State University), Dr. Michale Cuncliffe (University of Plymouth and The Marine Biological Association UK) and Prof. Dr. Robert Upstill-Goddard (Newcastle University) as members. We welcome them to BASS and look forward to working with them.
Graduate students met at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel for a training workshop on data analysis and management.
BASS group met for a winter retreat at ICBM in Wilhelmshaven, and planned joint mesocosm and field studies
The DFG Research Group BASS was presented in the 01/2023 issue of the Bunsen Magazine (https://bunsen.de/bmo)
The first field campaign of BASS was successfully completed off Helgoland Island in the German Bight within a joint campaign of research vessels „Senckenberg” and „Littorina” (Sept. 19-23, 2022).
BASS Kick-Off Meeting 5-6 July 2022 with visit of the University of Hamburg wind-wave tunnel.
Autonomous catamaran HALOBATES during checkout on the Jade Bay [YouTube-Video]. At present, German only
HALOBATES, the autonomous catamaran, in the field