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Typical References since 1997

Elbe-Ecology, Germany (1999 - 2002)


Model investigations of hydrodynamics and biophysics of the Elbe river concerning interstitial regions and backwater areas between groins.
Client: German Federal Institute of Hydrology, Koblenz, Germany.

CARTUM (1999 - 2002)


Scientific co-ordination of and contributions to a concerted action regarding "Comparative Analysis and Rationalisation of Second-Moment Turbulence Models" in marine science.
Client: European Commission.

DYNACON (1999 - 2003)


Technical services and sales support for winches and handling-systems for ozeanographic research and the offshore industry.
Client: DYNACON Inc., Byran, Texas, USA.

Haldia Port, India (1999 - 2000)


Numerical model investigations of the medium-term bathymetric variability along the waterway between the Bay of Bengal, Haldia Port, and Calcutta. Additionally assessment of the impact of associated river regulatory measures.
Client: Kolkata (Calcutta) Port Trust (KoPT / CPT), India.

Ems-Leda-sediment, Germany (1999)


Measurements of stream and sediment sampling for geochemical analyses in the rivers Ems and Leda for the evaluation of sediment transport.
Client: FuN - Umweltconsult GmbH, Hannover, Germany.

SNDI - SeaNet Data Interface (1998 - 2001)

System Specification and Development


Elaboration of specifications and development contributions of the SeaNet Data Interface System to enable routine exchange of marine environmental monitoring data among six European countries.
Client: Ministry of Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat), North Sea Directorate, Netherlands, acting on behalf of a project consortium of maritime and hydrographic agencies from six European countries.

Stratification and Oxygen Depletion in Flooded Gravel Pits (1998 - 1999)

Part IV: Linkage to groundwater fluxes and mixing in the low-temperature range


Turbulence model simulations and case studies concerning variability of thermo-haline stratification, oxygen depletion and supply in lakes focussing on flooded gravel pits in the Upper Rhine Valley with special reference to effects and mixing processes of groundwater fluxes with different properties. Furthermore, investigations and sensitivity studies in the temperature range around the density maximum of water.
Client: Ministry of the Environment of the German state Baden-Württemberg, represented by the state's Environmental Agency.

EUROMAR - Network Proposal (1998)


Contributions in preparation of an European marine science and technology network.
Client: EUREKA-EUROMAR Secretariat, Geesthacht, Germany.

Demonstrative Applications of X-SAR-Products (1998)


Hydrodynamic model investigations for storm surge information, bathymetric assessment, sediment transport and morphodynamics in combination with satellite and spacecraft borne synthetic aperture radar observations of the coastal zone applied to a demonstration area in the German Wadden Sea (Bay of Meldorf) located at the German North Sea coast.
Client: Ifars - Institute of Applied Remote Sensing, acting on behalf of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Köln-Bonn, Germany.

Ammerland Polder, Germany (1998)


Hydraulic calculations for different planning options to improve the efficiency of a drainage channel in the East Frisian area of Ammerland (NW Germany) focussing on estimation of maximum current speeds under various tidal conditions, sluice options and the possible retention potential of a polder.
Client: AGL - Institute for Applied Aquatic Research and Land Ecology, Bremen, Germany.

MASTOC (1998 - 2001)

Marine Total Organic Carbon Analyser


Contributions to data handling and management for the development of a micro-analytical system for 'in-situ' measurements of the total amount of organic carbon (TOC) in seawater.
Client: Institute of Chemo- and Biosensory Technology, Advanced Technical College, Münster, Germany, acting on behalf of the project consortium under contract of the European Commission.

PROVESS (1998 - 2001)

Processes of Vertical Exchange in Shelf Seas


Conduction and evaluation of turbulence and micro-structure measurements at two hydrographically different sites in the southern and northern North Sea. Further, application of turbulence models for hindcasting and studying of processes observed.
Client: European Commission.

F-ECTS (1998 - 2001)


Data and information management for a research project concerning interaction between estuarine circulation and sediment transport and their influence on phytobenthos in shallow lagoons and coastal waters.
Client: Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany, acting on behalf of the project consortium under contract of the European Commission.

ARCDEV (1998 - 2001)

Arctic Demonstration and Exploratory Voyage


Data and information management for a demonstration project for year-around transport of oil and gas on the Russian Northern Sea Route from Siberia to Europe.
Client: FORTUM Oil and Gas Oy, Helsinki, Finland, acting on behalf of a project consortium under contract of the European Commission's Waterborne Transport Programme.

Sewage Treatment Plant for the City of Mersin, Turkey (1997 - 1998)

Phase I: Feasibility investigations


Contributions to design specifications and to a feasibility study including model investigations, environmental impact assessment and risk analysis of existing and planned marine outfalls for treated and untreated sewage water.
Client: DAR - Deutsche Abwasser-Reinigungsgesellschaft mbH, Mannheim, Germany; for a project financed by the European Investment Bank.

Hugli River, India (1997 - 1998)


Model simulations for the optimisation of port construction measures and capital dredging in the Hugli estuary south of Calcutta. The study includes the establishment of a small-scale hydrographic model, extensive verification with field measurements and calculation of erosion/sedimentation tendencies for different planning options.
Client: Kolkata (Calcutta) Port Trust (KoPT), India.

EUROMAR - Future (1997 - 1998)


Contributions to the future concept and objectives of the EUREKA-EUROMAR umbrella project.
Client: EUREKA-EUROMAR Office.

Lake Constance, Germany (1997 - 1998)

Part III: Model verification, qualification and assessment studies


Verification of a three-dimensional model system by hind-casting lake-wide synoptic measurement campaigns. Conduction of case-computations to investigate different run-off and stratification scenarios as well as the impacts of historic, actual and planned configurations of groins and dams at the river Rhine inflow on circulation, stratification and sediment dispersion. Further, elaboration of a comprehensive summary report of the three so far conducted project parts.
Client: IGKB - International Lake Constance Commission.

Stratification and Oxygen Depletion in Flooded Gravel Pits (1997 - 1998)

Part III - Multi-year simulations


Turbulence model simulations and case studies concerning multi-year variability of thermohaline stratification, oxygen depletion and supply in lakes focussing on flooded gravel pits in the Upper Rhine Valley. Further, elaboration of practical guidelines for water management administrations.
Client: Ministry of the Environment of the German state Baden-Württemberg, represented by the state's Environmental Agency.

RWE-North Sea (1997)


Sediment-sampling with vibro-corer for geochemical analyses in the Dutch North-Sea sector within the framework of offshore exploration activities.
Clients: GCA - Geochemische Analysen GmbH and RWE-DEA AG.

Unterwarnow and Port of the City of Rostock, Germany (1997)


Conduction and evaluation of hydrographic measurements in the frame of environmental impact assessment studies at industrial sites in the lower Warnow river and the port of the City of Rostock (contributions to a large environmental impact assessment project covering the coastal zone and industry in Eastern Germany (Germany's "Neue Länder").
Client: IUQ - Institut für Umweltschutz und Qualitätssicherung Dr. Krengel GmbH Rostock, Germany.

LABOST (1997 - 2000)

Long-term Deep Sea Benthic Station


Co-ordination of system development, project management, documentation, and exploitation activities of a large-scale multi-disciplinary project for development and prototype construction of a long-term operable deep sea bottom station for investigation of hydrothermal vents, cold seeps and other biogeochemical benthic processes in the deep ocean.
Client: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

LOLEIF - Low Level Ice Forces (1997 - 2000)


Project-Website

Data and information management for a research and development project focussing on long-term assessment and determination of ice forces on offshore structures and thereto related design and construction optimisation.
Client: Hamburg Ship Model Basin (HSVA) acting on behalf of the project consortium under contract of the European Commission.

OPCOM (1997 - 2000)

Operational Coastal Zone Management


Research project for the integration of operational modelling into coastal management. HYDROMOD was the initiator, project leader and co-ordinator of this large-scale, multi-disciplinary project.
Client: European Commission.

Remarks:

  • Projects marked with the right shown logo were conducted under responsibility of our sister-company HYDROMOD Service GmbH.


  • Projects marked with the right shown logo were conducted under responsibility of our sister-company OSAT GmbH.


  • The above mentioned clients may have had different names in the past; the now actual name is being used here.

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