Information material

Project Information:

  1. hypox black sea observations poster (ESONET general assembly, Dec. 2010)
  2. hypox overview poster (EGU Vienna, April 2011)
  3. hypox overview presentation (held at EuroSITES final meeting 22.03.2011)
  4. HYPOX in International Innovation Report 2010
  5. HYPOX brochure
  6. hypox poster at the 3rd GEO European projects Workshop, Istanbul
  7. A short fact sheet about HYPOX (pdf)
  8. HYPOX poster presentation (pdf)

Policy briefs:

  1. Hypoxia Brief 1 on fundamentals of hypoxia
  2. Hypoxia Brief 2 on hypoxia consequences
  3. Hypoxia Brief 3 on drivers of hypoxia
  4. Hypoxia Brief 4 on hypoxia monitoring


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D1.1: Report on recommendations for the operation of the individual observatory systems and how the data should be made available

D1.2: Report on scientific requirements and technical specification of a multiparameter and long-term oxygen depletion observation system

D1.3: Report on first data quality checks and recommendations for future observation system

D2.1: Report on the importance of physical processes, sediment biogeochemistry, macrobenthos, and human-impact on hypoxia development

D2.3: Report on vertical mixing in hypoxic basins and its dependence on boundary conditions

D2.4: Report on oxygen dynamics in silled basins and its dependence on boundary conditions

D2.5: Report on assimilation of HYPOX observatory oxygen data and model results on factors governing oxygen dynamics in the Black Sea

D3.1: Report on drivers and mechanisms of hypoxia and their spatial and temporal occurrence

D3.2: Report on future impacts of hypoxia on ecosystems

D3.3: Compilation of existing data on effects of hypoxia on ecosystems at target sites

D3.4: Report on ecosystem function decline due to hypoxia and recovery pathways from hypoxia

D4.1: Report on assessment of changes in oxygen availability using organic and inorganic proxies, benthic communities structure, and hypoxia indicator species

D4.2: Report on available knowledge about past oxygen regimes and benthic indicator species at selected target sites

D4.3: Report on coring, marine geological and geophysical surveys

D4.4: Publications on past variation of oxygen depletion

D5.1: HYPOX data management plan and policy and catalogue of relevant legacy data sets

D5.3: Report on HYPOX data inventory and contributions to GEO

D6.1: Installation and operation of in situ observatories for monitoring oxygen depletion and associated parameters in shelf and open seas (Black Sea, Baltic Sea, Fram Strait) and collection of data into the HYPOX web porta

D6.2: Report on linking of existing data bases with relevance to oxygen depletion to HYPOX data base

D6.3: Report on critical parameters for prediction of oxygen depletion in coastal and open sea systems

D7.1: Set-up and implementation of in situ observatories for monitoring oxygen depletion and associated parameters in land-locked water bodies (Swiss Lakes, Koljö Fjord, Loch Etive, Ionian Sea lagoon) and data collection into the HYPOX web portal

D7.2: Compilation report on existing information and data bases relevant for the project

D7.3: Report on key physical and biogeochemical processes affecting oxygen depletion

D8.1a: Information Brochure as part of Deliverable 8.1a “Preparation of HYPOX information brochures and downloadable films […]”

D8.1b: Earthzine article as part of Deliverable 8.1b “Preparation of HYPOX information brochures and downloadable films

D8.1b: International Innovation article as part of Deliverable 8.1b “Preparation of HYPOX information brochures and downloadable films

D8.4a: Meeting program as part of Deliverable 8.4a “Kick off meeting”

D8.4b: Meeting program as part of Deliverable 8.4a “1s annual meeting

D8.4c: Meeting program as part of Deliverable 8.4c “2nd annual meeting

D8.4d: Meeting program as part of Deliverable 8.4d “Final project meeting

D8.5: Report on gender aspects

Annual meeting 2011: Presentations 

WP 1: status and tasks. Towards recommendations for future oxygen observatories:

WP 2: 3D modelling of the Black Sea North Western Shelf Ecosystem

WP 2: Benthic nitrogen cycling in Eckernförde Bay: current trends and long-term perspectives

WP 2: Fjord modeling. Status and future of Loch Etive 3D modelling: from realistic hydro-dynamics to oxygen reconstruction.

WP 2: Vertical mixing in hypoxic basins and its dependence on atmospheric and marine boundary conditions

WP 2: Water column oxic/anoxic interface modeling. Modeling and hypoxia-related investigations at NIVA and connection to HYPOX tasks

WP 3: Interface between HYPOX and CLAMER (Climate change and European Marine Ecosystem research)

WP 5: Improving the HYPOX data portal: integration of data from cabled observatories (Loch Etive, Koljofjord) and new tools for data search and visualization.

WP 6: Bosphorus Area: Basin History and Past Oxygen Availability in the Black Sea

WP 6: Crimean shelf & Bosporus area. Benthic meiofauna life and depth distribution in hypoxic habitats

WP 6: Eastern Gotland Basin (EGB) ‐ Benthic recycling and removal of O2 , C, P, N and Si under different oxygen regimes

WP 6: Romanian Shelf. Ecosystem recovery after two decades of reduced nutrient input:Continuous recordings from a hot summer at the Romanian Shelf

WP 7: Loch Etive. Exchange vs. oxygen consumption in Loch Etive: too much demand or too little supply?

WP 7: Swiss Lakes, reading the oxygen chapter in water body records

WP1/WP6: GODESS: technology and results

WP7: Oxygen observations in Koljö and Havstens Fjord: Findings from first time series and progress towards a cabled observatory.