NIOZ conducts fundamental and frontier-applied scientific research in estuarine and delta areas, coastal seas and oceans around the world. The results are published in internationally leading journals, while the research data is made accessible online.
NIOZ research projects investigate important processes in estuarine and delta areas, coastal seas and oceans. We distinguish between projects studying fundamental scientific issues and frontier-applied research in public-private partnerships. The results of our research projects are published in internationally leading scientific journals and, in case of applied research, in NIOZ reports.
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Thirteen pairs of scientists from Utrecht University and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research will conduct joint research concerning the functioning of (coastal) seas and oceans. The projects are part of the agreement to intensify the collaboration UU-NIOZ (2016-2025), funded by UU
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An important part of our research is to manage, share and make accessible the research data of NIOZ projects. We maintain and contribute to a number of online data portals.
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The NIOZ Repository provides access to the institute’s research output. It contains over a thousand journal articles, books, theses and other materials published since 2011.
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Research visuals is a qualitative research methodology that is used to produce and represent knowledge. We do this by using the latest techniques such as advanced tracking systems, satellites, high-tech measurement instruments in combination with modern computer techniques.
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