Jaan Laanemets

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The development of a deep chlorophyll maximum (DCM) at a depth of 30–35 m was followed during a 15-d case study in July 1998 at the entrance to the Gulf of Finland. The study consisted of three 18–24-h periods of biological (chlorophyll a, phytoplankton, primary production), chemical (nitrate, phosphate) and physical (CTD, turbulence, vertical particle size(More)
A fuzzy logic model to describe the seasonal evolution of Nodularia spumigena blooms in the Gulf of Finland was built and calibrated on the basis of monitoring data. The model includes three phosphate sources: excess phosphate after the annual spring bloom and parameterised phosphate transport to the upper mixed layer by turbulent mixing and upwelling(More)
This letter proposes a method for using the operational ship of opportunity temperature data at a fixed depth for bias correction of satellite sea surface temperature (SST) images. The bias-corrected SST imagery from MODerate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) and Advanced Along-Track Scanning Radiometer (AATSR) sensors were used to calculate mean(More)
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