Scientific Results

Global core-Argo
  1. Salinity Intrusions in the Bay of Bengal from a highly resolved Argo float array [2018]
  2. Seasonal variation of the South Indian Tropical Gyre and the Indonesian through flow front [2016]
  3. The Canary Deep Poleward Undercurrent [2015]
  4. Argo impact studies with the Mercator 1/4° global ocean data assimilation system [2015]
  5. Impact of Argo for weather, seasonal and decadal forecasting [2015]
  6. Decadal forecast experiments [2015]
  7. Impact of Argo for Sea Surface Temperature validation [2015]
  8. Circulation, eddies, oxygen, nutrient changes in the eastern tropical South Pacific Ocean [2015]
Argo extension to marginal seas
  1. Argo floats for improvements of physical modelling in the Baltic Sea [2016]
  2. Hydrodynamic features of the South Aegean Sea [2016]
  3. Assessment of the Black Sea observing system. A focus on 2005-2012 Argo campaigns [2015]
  4. Exploiting two-way satellite telemetry to optimize Argo float sampling [2015]
Argo extension to high-latitudes
  1. Heat and fresh water content in the Norwegian Sea the last 15 years using Argo data [2017]
  2. Observing of the basin-scale deep convection in the Irminger Sea with Argo Floats [2016]
  3. Water mass transformation in the deep basins of the Nordic Seas : analyses of heat and freshwater budgets [2016]
  4. Importance of bottom topography for deep and intermediate flow in the Greenland Sea [2015]
  5. The inertial sensors dedicated for the Argo floats capable of operating in the Arctic Seas [2015]
Bio and Deep Argo extensions
  1. A neural network-based method for merging ocean color and Argo data to extend surface bio-optical properties to depth: Retrieval of the particulate backscattering coefficient [2016]
  2. Observing the Oceanic Particle Size Distribution with Biogeochemical Argo Floats in the Nordic Seas [2015]
  3. Oxygen on Argo : an observational quantum leap in Ocean Biogeochemistry [2015]
  4. Extending the Argo Network to the Deep Ocean [2015]