Ship methods and technologies for measuring the hydrophysical characteristics of the marine environment

  • Yu.A. Tymchenko State Institution "Scientific Hydrophysical Centre of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine"
Keywords: research vessel, ship observations, hydrophysical characteristics, World Ocean.

Abstract

The article provides an overview of modern methods and technologies for measuring hydrophysical characteristics obtained during oceanographic research using research vessels. The main attention is paid to the integrated use of systems for monitoring the hydrophysical state in the Black Sea.

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Published
2022-04-20
How to Cite
Yu.A. Tymchenko. (2022). Ship methods and technologies for measuring the hydrophysical characteristics of the marine environment. Oceanographic Journal (Problems, Methods and Facilities for Researches of the World Ocean), (3 (14), 105-114. https://doi.org/10.37629/oj.vi3 (14).42