Pelagic Imaging

Pelagic imaging describes studying the ecosystem of the pelagic zone by means of images. Examples here include the studying of e.g. the growth and abundance of various species of plankton in the ocean to get deeper insights into carbon cycle in the oceans. Within Helmholtz, pelagic imaging is primarily pushed forward at AWI, GEOMAR and Hereon, where scientist develop and deploy a large variety of pelagic instruments and establish the required downstream analyses to conduct the respective studies.

Plankton, Particles, Plastics, Fish

Pelagic Imaging Image

Helmholtz Imaging spinning wheel

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