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Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (IOF)
Identification
Hosting Legal Entity
Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries
Location
Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića 63,, Split, PO: 21000 (Croatia)
Structure
Type Of RI
Single-sited
Coordinating Country
Croatia
Status
Status
Current Status:
Operational since 2003
Scientific Description
The Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (IOF) is a scientific institution established for the investigation of the sea. The scientific activity conducted encompasses virtually all aspects concerned with sea exploration: physical, chemical, geological, biological and fisheries. In it’s seventy years of existence, the scientists at the IOF have published over 1700 scientific and professional papers in both domestic and foreign publications.The papers have included expedition reports, hydrographic studies, dynamic properties of the marine eco-system, description of flora and fauna, ecological research (in particular, primary and secondary production), fisheries research, advancements in fishing and artificial breeding (in relation to the Adriatic and Mediterranean, including coastal and open seas), as well as man’s impact on the sea.During oceanographic cruises, if the weather permits, in-situ optical measurements are performed by IOF in the Middle Adriatic Sea. In cooperation with Institute for Marine and Coastal Research from Dubrovnik some measurements were performed also in the South Adriatic Pit. Cooperation is established also with National Institute of Biology in Piran (Slovenia) and with University of Mostar (BiH).

RI Keywords
Irradiance, Radiance, Radiometric profiles
Classifications
RI Category
Earth, Ocean, Marine, Freshwater, and Atmosphere Data Centres
Scientific Domain
Earth and Environmental Sciences
ESFRI Domain
Environment
Services
In-water in-situ experiments

Ocean color research.

Equipment
PRR-800

Very high spectral coverage (PRR-2600 has 8; PRR-800 has from 15 to up to 19 wavelengths), 10 nm bandwidths, covering the UV-B from 305 nm to 865 nm in the SWIRHigh-speed, low-noise, 3-stage amplification and 16-bit digitization circuitryVery wide dynamic range (9 decades; the system does not saturate at natural light levels even when the radiance aperture is pointed directly at the solar disk), hand deployed and 350 m maximum depth.

Date of last update: 17/03/2017
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