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Typical References since 2000

EKOMOD (2004-2005)


Major aim of the R&D-project EKOMOD was the improvement of the water quality within natural public swimming bathes. Based on monitoring data and prognostic model studies HYDROMOD succeeded to improve the hydrodynamic pattern within the pool resulting in a considerable shorter residence time within the entire basin. Furthermore the model results led to better hygienic conditions in the swimming bath and to an extensive decrease of operation costs.
Client: Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)

GHyCoP – German Hydrographic Consultancy Pool w.V.

(since 2004)


www.ghycop.de

Operation and hosting of the secretariat and contributions to development and operation of an economic association of German companies, governmental agencies and research institutes to initialise large-scale joint activities and projects in hydrography and applied oceanography.
Long-term joint public-private partnership initiative.

EURO-LIMPACS (2004-2009)


at HYDROMOD

Integrated research project to evaluate the impacts of global change on European fresh-water ecosystems. HYDROMOD is concerned with investigations on large lakes which may be influenced by changes in climate, morphology and land use in their catchment areas. Work focuses on pilot studies and examples in Lago Maggiore (Italy/Switzerland) and Loch Lomond (UK/Scotland).
Client: European Commission.

Pluss-See (2003 - 2005)

Hydrophysical Measurements and Data Evaluation


Hydrophysical measurements (micro-structure, CTD, ADCP) to determine limno-physical processes and characteristic quantities in the lakes Pluss-See (near Plön, Germany).
Client: Max-Planck-Institute for Limnology, Plön, Germany.

Pilot-Offshore-Wind-Park M/V Baltic I (2003 - 2004)

German Territorial Waters


Oceanographic study for planning of a pilot offshore wind farm in the Central Baltic Sea off the coast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern focusing on potential impacts and long-term effects of the wind energy converters' subsea constructions on stirring, mixing, formation, spreading, and stratification of intermediate, higher saline water masses in the adjacent deep Arkona Basin.
Client: Offshore Ostsee Wind AG, Bögerende, Germany.

Offshore-Wind-Park Kriegers Flak (2003)

German Exclusive Economic Zone


Oceanographic study for planning of a pilot offshore wind farm in the Central Baltic Sea focussing on potential impacts and long-term effects of the wind energy converters' sub-sea constructions on stirring, mixing, formation, spreading, and stratification of deep, higher saline water masses in the adjacent deep Arkona Basin.
Client: Offshore Ostsee Wind AG, Bögerende, Germany.

FerryBox (2002 - 2005)

The European FerryBox Project

"From Online Observations to Environmental Information"


Project-Website

This project integrates various national initiatives conducted throughout Europe to utilise ferry boats and other voluntary ships of opportunity for routine monitoring of the oceans by underway measurements and utilisation of acquired data for operational forecasting and environmental impact assessment.
Client: European Commission.

TRENDS (2002 - 2005)


Concerted action on quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE) for the offshore oil and gas industry with participation of more than 40 operators and companies active in offshore energy exploration and production.
Client: European Commission.

Lake Grüntensee Turbidity (2002 - 2004)


Simulation of current and transport processes and hydrographic measurements (ADCP, CTD, micro-structure) to assess the reasons for the high turbidity in the outflow of lake "Grüntensee" (Bavaria, Germany).
Client: Wasserwirtschaftsamt Kempten, Germany (the local water management agency).

Lake Constance Through and Lake Junction (2002 - 2003)


Simulation of currents, transport processes and discharge behaviour in the trough of the upper Lake Constance and its junction to the lower lake part adjacent to the town of Constance.
Client: Ministry of the Environment of the German State of Baden-Württemberg represented by the state's Institute of Lake Research.

GETAS (2001 - 2005)

Management system for fresh water reservoirs


Development of assessment tools combining hydrobiology / water quality, hydrophysics and hydrometeorology expertise to be applied for economic management of dams and fresh water reservoirs. These tools will consist of user friendly numerical model combinations for system, sensitivity, and management simulations to provide solutions for short- and long-term reservoir management.
Client: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (bmb+f).

GETAS (2001 - 2005)

Hydrophysical measurements and data-evaluation


Hydrophysical measurements (e.g. micro-structure, CTD, ADCP) for the determination of characteristics and processes in two German fresh water reservoirs (Saidenbach and Bautzen).
Client: Technical University Dresden, Germany.

STRICE - Structures in Ice (2001 - 2004)


Project-Website

Data and information management, and participation in measurement campaigns as well as setup, maintenance of the project's web site for a research project to better determine ice forces and loads on offshore installations.
Client: European Commission.

BANDAMIN (2001 - 2003)


Participation in the research surveys BANDAMIN I and BANDAMIN II. Conduction and evaluation of ADCP and CTD-measurements. Surveys preparation incl. technical inspection of the research vessel BARUNA JAYA IV.
Client: Free University of Berlin, Germany.

SNDI - SeaNet Data Interface (2001 - 2003)

Maintenance and User Support


Contributions to maintenance and user support for the SeaNet Data Interface System facilitating 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.

Ribatejo (2001 - 2002)

Thermo-electric Power Plant


Determination of design criteria and flood risk assessment for a thermoelectric power plant in the Tagus (Tejo) estuary near Lisbon (Portugal).
Client: IMPaC Offshore Engineering GmbH, Hamburg, Germany, acting for KOCH Transporttechnik and SIEMENS AG.

Haldia Port (2001 - 2002)


Assessment and consultancy work concerning the efficiency of planned river regulatory measures in the Hugli estuary based on 2D and 3D model investigations. Main focus of this study was the assessment of influences of recent morphological changes on the planned regulation measures.
Client: Kolkata (Calcutta) Port Trust (KoPT), India.

BRANTAS (2000 - 2004)


Project-Website

Simulation of hydrodynamics and transport processes and investigations related to water quality aspects within a pilot and demonstration system for monitoring of tropical estuaries and coastal waters applied to the Brantas River estuary, Surabaya (Indonesia).
Client: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

EUROLAKES (2000 - 2003)

Supporting Measurements in Loch Lomond


Bathymetric and hydrographic measurements (echosounding, CTD, microstructure, thermistor chain moorings) in Loch Lomond (Scotland).
Client: University of Glasgow, UK.

EUROLAKES (2000 - 2003)


Project-Website

Multi-disciplinary research project on integrated water resource management for deep European lakes and their catchment areas. HYDROMOD was the initiator and co-ordinator of this large-scale European project.
Client: European Commission.

MARS I/II (2000 - 2003)


Data management, integration of heterogeneous multi-disciplinary data and specialised statistical evaluation for two research projects on fish health and ecology in the North Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
Clients: Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research Bremerhaven and GKSS Research Centre Geesthacht GmbH, Germany acting on be-half of an international project consortium.

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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