G. Grégori

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samedi 7 juillet 2018
par   G. Grégori

Global Ocean Summit 2018, in Qingdao, China - July 3rd to 5th

Global Ocean Summit 2018 (GOS2018), as the 2nd Global Ocean Summit, ocured in Qingdao, China from 3 to 5 July 2018. It was jointly organized by QNLM and AAAS (Science). It followed the spirit of Building the Partnerships on Ocean Observation and Research which was recognized during the 1st (...)

jeudi 24 mai 2018
par   G. Grégori

MIO Scientists onboard the French Navy Ship "BHO Beautemps Beaupré" for the PROTEVS-BIOSWOT cruise

In the framework of the BioSWOT project from CNES (PI F.d’Ovidio, LOCEAN), the MIO (Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography) has developed a collaboration with SHOM (Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine). A.Doglioli et G.Grégori have been onboard the BHO Beautemps (...)

mardi 3 avril 2018
par   G. Grégori

Vocabularies for handling flow cytometry data

In the frame of the SeaDataCloud program, for the first time, a special focus is given to the flow cytometry data so as to make them interoperable with the SeaDataNet system. A preparatory work for building a flow cytometry common and standardized vocabulary is undertaken by CNRS/MIO, BODC and (...)

mercredi 7 mars 2018
par   G. Grégori, Aude BARANI


Chen Liang, Haibo Li , Yuan Zhao, Zhencheng Tao, Chaolun Li, Wuchang Zhang, Gérald Grégori. 2018. Vertical distribution of planktonic ciliates in open waters near Prydz Bay (East Antarctica) during austral summer, with emphasis on loricate species assemblages. Polar Biology (in press). (...)

jeudi 25 janvier 2018
par   G. Grégori

EUROMARINE Workshop : Improving the visibility of ocean data from new technologies : A case study of high frequency flow cytometry

Type : Foresight Workshop
Start Date : March 22, 2018
End Date : March 23, 2018
Venue : University Aix-Marseille (AMU), France
Contact : Veronique Creach
E-mail : euromarine.marseille2018@cefas.co.uk
During the last 10 years, scientists have developed collaboration around the North Sea, (...)