0421 218 - 65067
0421 218 - 65099
- Photo-mosaicking for seafloor mapping
- High-resolution mapping techniques (optical, acoustic)
- GIS-based spatial analyses
- Seabed fluid flow processes
- Gas fluxes and biomass quantification
The project is part of the SENSEnet program, an Initial Training Network within the Marie Curie Actions of the European Commission framework. SENSEnet is aimed towards the development of in-situ sensors for the long-term monitoring of the marine environment.
My research focused on the use of optical data in the form of photo-mosaics of the sea bottom. Photo-mosaics are powerful tools that offer unequalled efficiency to picture an area of interest. Such data can be integrated into GIS systems and serve as basis to various spatial analyses to better understand and quantify seep-related processes.