DISCOVER OUR OFFER, PRESENTED IN FOUR CATEGORIES BLUE, WHITE, GREEN, REGIONAL:

 

  • BLUE OCEANreferring to the physical condition of the ocean, such as sea surface temperature, sea level, currents throughout the water column, mixed layer thickness,
  • WHITE OCEAN, referring to the ice-covered polar regions and the oceanic cryosphere and includes the extent, thickness, and drift of sea ice in the Global Ocean,
  • GREEN OCEANwhich is the biogeochemical processes, the transfer of simple chemical substances between ocean life and the physical environment.
  • REGIONAL SEAS are described in BLUE and GREEN.

Within each of these categories you will find operational products for real-time analysis and forecasting, and multi-year products based on reanalyses and model simulations, without data assimilation, on long time series in the past.

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Blue Ocean
The Blue Ocean describes the physical state of the ocean, such as sea surface temperature or sea surface height on top level .But also temperature, salinity and currents over the whole water column, or bottom temperature. Values of ocean heat content, or density also fall under the blue ocean.
The Blue Ocean describes the physical state of the ocean, such as sea surface temperature or sea surface height on top level .But also temperature, salinity and currents over the whole water column, or bottom temperature. Values of ocean heat content, or density also fall under the blue ocean.
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White Ocean
The White Ocean refers to the life cycle of any kind of floating Sea Ice in the polar regions. Variables for the white ocean include the sea ice fraction and thickness, and sea ice velocities in the Baltic Sea, Arctic Ocean, and Antarctic Ocean. It also includes two-dimensional information on sea surface height and sea surface temperature.
The White Ocean refers to the life cycle of any kind of floating Sea Ice in the polar regions. Variables for the white ocean include the sea ice fraction and thickness, and sea ice velocities in the Baltic Sea, Arctic Ocean, and Antarctic Ocean. It also includes two-dimensional information on sea surface height and sea surface temperature.
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Green Ocean
The Green Ocean is concerned with biogeochemical processes, the transfer of simple chemical substances between ocean life and the ocean environment. The green ocean encompasses, for example, variations in the biological carbon pump, chlorophyll-a concentrations, ocean nutrients, and primary production, as well as ocean acidification and ocean deoxygenation.
The Green Ocean is concerned with biogeochemical processes, the transfer of simple chemical substances between ocean life and the ocean environment. The green ocean encompasses, for example, variations in the biological carbon pump, chlorophyll-a concentrations, ocean nutrients, and primary production, as well as ocean acidification and ocean deoxygenation.
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Regional Seas
The Regional Seas described by our systems are IBI and MED, the seas that surround the French metropolitan coastlines. The regional coverage for the nearby Atlantic, which we call [IBI] for Iberian Biscay Irish _the North East Atlantic Ocean and Western Mediterranean Sea _ is 20°W-8°E / 26°N-58°N. The IBI system provides blue and green ocean data The regional coverage for the Mediterranean Sea, which we call [MED] is 11°W-37°E / 30°N-46°N. The MED system provides blue ocean data only.
The Regional Seas described by our systems are IBI and MED, the seas that surround the French metropolitan coastlines. The regional coverage for the nearby Atlantic, which we call [IBI] for Iberian Biscay Irish _the North East Atlantic Ocean and Western Mediterranean Sea _ is 20°W-8°E / 26°N-58°N. The IBI system provides blue and green ocean data The regional coverage for the Mediterranean Sea, which we call [MED] is 11°W-37°E / 30°N-46°N. The MED system provides blue ocean data only.

Coastal & Marine environment
Coastal & Marine environment
Marine safety
Marine safety
Atmosphere/ocean impact
Atmosphere/ocean impact
Marine ressources
Marine ressources
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