POGO-SCOR Fellowships 2010 | POGO

POGO-SCOR Fellowships 2010

Summary information on the 2010-2011 Fellowships is provided in the table below.




Parent institute

Host institute

Subject of Study

Juan Emilio Sala Juan Emilio Sala

Centro Nacional Patagonico (CENPAT-CONICET) & University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Institute of Environmental Sustainability, University of Swansea, Wales, UK

Training in the management and analysis of behavioural and environmental data of two marine top predators from the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean, obtained from high-resolution electronic recorders.

Beatriz Yannicelli Beatriz Yannicelli de Olivera Bueno

Centro de Estudios Avancados en Zonas Aridas, Coquimbo, Chile

Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans, Canada

Running coupled hydrodynamic -1D and 3D NPZD type of models to evaluate sub-surface oxygen variability in a coastal upwelling area.

Luciana Santoferrara Luciana Santoferrara University of Buenos Aires, Argentina University of Connecticut, USA Study of the diversity of marine planktonic ciliates through molecular techniques.
Teja Arief Wibawa Teja Arief Wibawa Institute for Marine Research and Observation, Bali, Indonesia Hokkaido University, Japan Oceanographic preferences of big-eye tuna in Indian Ocean Southern Java-Bali, Indonesia, based on oceanographicsatellites and Argo floatobservations
Siby Kurian Siby Kurian

National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, India

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA

Studies on photosynthetic pigments in the Arabian Sea
with special emphasis on OMZ and training on HPLC-MS.

Nadin Ramirez Nadin Ramirez

University of Concepcion, Chile

Oregon State University, USA

Training on ocean glider: operation and data processing.

Nisha Kurian Nisha Kurian

National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, India

National Oceanography Data Centre, MD, USA

Training on data management for research use

Vladimir Toro Valencia Vladimir-Giovanni Toro Valencia

Centro de Investigacion Cientifica y de Educacion Superior de Ensenada, Mexico

Dept. of Physics and Earth Sciences, University of Ryukyus, Japan

On the estimation of directional wave spectrum from high frequency radar data

Mohammad Heidarzadeh

University of Tehran, Iran


New technologies for ocean observation as well as analysis of oceanographic data in the framework of the RAIA project (Iberian margin ocean observatory)

Cheng Tang Cheng Tang

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, China

Coastal Research Laboratory, Kiel University, Germany

Development and application of decision support systems for the sustainable environmental planning of coastal areas

Run Zhang Run Zhang

Department of Oceanography, Xiamen University, China

Centre for Estuarine and Marine Ecology, Netherlands Institute of Ecology, The Netherlands

Stable isotope probing of marine nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria

Aneesh Lotliker Aneesh Lotliker


Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Modelling primary productivity and inherent optical properties



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