I am physical oceanographer with a strong background on ocean circulation.
I would like to be part of a team who are interested in the distribution of the aquatic pollutant through the currents.
Please find my recent paper on the circulation of the Black Sea below;
Gunduz, M., Özsoy, E., and Hordoir, R.: A model of Black Sea circulation with strait exchange (2008–2018), Geosci. Model Dev., 13, 121–138, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-13-121-2020, 2020.
DEU-IMST performs multi-disciplinary scientific and engineering marine researches. The institute has a wide range of departments to conduct these researches (Physical Oceanography, Marine Chemistry, Marine Living Recourses, Marine Geology and Geophysics, Naval Architecture and Coastal Zone Management). Studies primarily focused on understanding the marine environment as well as investigation of valid and up to date findings and information for the management of living and nonliving marine resources. The institute has four research vessels which have different purposes for studying the local and basin-scale marine basins.
The institute conducts marine observations and numerical circulation modelling studies in local and basin scale. The institute has developed an observatory system in the Izmir Bay, Turkey. The system consists of in-situ observation (ocean and atmosphere) and ocean circulation and sediment models which is a premise study in Turkey. The Institute has also conducted research in the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. A circulation model for the Black Sea with proper Bosphorous dynamics was developed in the institute. The expertise of the institute on observation and circulation modelling is necessary for the proposal aims.