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Anna Nikolopoulos

2018 09 21 Anna KVFarm 10x10cm 150dpi
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Telefon: 91887495

Key Professional Skills

Processing and analysis of geophysical observational and modelling data:

Windows or UNIX based scripting in mainly MATLAB and R, and also Python, Fortran, and C; advanced data handling within Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, OceanDataView. Code handling with Atlassian Git/BitBucket/SourceTree coding version control tools and Docker container platform.

Analytical and numerical modelling of geophysical flows, in particular coastal hydrodynamics and finer-scale processes, with e.g.:

NorKyst-800 and NorFjords160 (ROMS models at IMR/MET), Generalized Environmental Modelling System for Surface waters (GEMSS, by ERM), STeady state spectral WAVE model (STWAVE), the SWM wave exposure model.

Marine field surveys and expeditions:

Oceanographic instrumentation from ships and ice-floes (mainly CTD/RO, XCTD, UCTD, ADCP, VMADCP, LADCP). Underway processing of CTD data with Seabird processing routines, seawater analysis by salinometers, seawater sample filtrations (manual/pumps). Cruise planning with PERPLEX expedition planning tool.

Processing, analysis and presentation of environmental data in GIS systems:

ESRI ArcGIS with Python, QGIS, SAGA for production of e.g. field survey planning, bathymetric charts, species distribution maps.

Project management:

Proposal and management of small (one person) to large projects (5-10 persons) and associated administration (personnel hour planning and budget responsibilities).

Arbeidsområde

Fjords and coasts: general dynamics in Altafjorden, Kaldfjorden and Hinlopen

Arctic Ocean: shelf slope processes north of Svalbard (Yermak Plateau and surroundings...)

Curriculum Vitae

Anna Nikolopoulos, Ph.D.

Date of Birth: 8 January 1974   -   Nationality: Swedish
Residence: Tromsø   -    Civil Status: Married, two children (b 2008, 2011)
 
Email: anna.nikolopoulos@hi.no
Phone (mobile): +47 9188 7495
Mail address: P.O. Box 6606 Langnes, NO-9296 Tromsø, Norway
 
Education:

Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography/ Atmospheric Sciences

2003

Stockholm University. Thesis: “Theoretical and Observational Aspects on Deep-Water Overflows – with emphasis on the Denmark Strait overflow”

M.Sc. with a major in Atmospheric Sciences

1998

Stockholm University. Thesis: “Undersökning av kopplingen mellan altimetriska satellitdata och direkta strömmätningar – en metodstudie”

Affiliations:

Institute of Marine Research

Since Jan 2018

Postdoctoral researcher, Oceanography and Climate

AquaBiota Water Research, Stockholm, Sweden

2006-2018

Research Scientist, Physical Oceanography

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA

2004-2006

Swedish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Physical Oceanography (24 months)

Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institution, SMHI

2003

Project assistant at the Oceanographic Research Department of SMHI (3 months)

Stockholm University, Sweden

1997-2003

Ph.D. student at the Dept. of Meteorology (MISU)

 

Peer-reviewed articles:

Dybwad, C., Assmy, P., Olsen, L.M., Peeken, I., Nikolopoulos, A., Krumpen, T., Randelhoff, A., Tatarek, A., Wiktor, J.M., Reigstad, M., 2021. Carbon Export in the Seasonal Sea Ice Zone North of Svalbard From Winter to Late Summer. Front. Mar. Sci. 7. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2020.525800

Menze, S., Ingvaldsen, R.B., Nikolopoulos, A., Hattermann, T., Albretsen, J., Gjøsæter, H., 2020. Productive detours – Atlantic water inflow and acoustic backscatter in the major troughs along the Svalbard shelf. Progress in Oceanography 188, 102447. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2020.102447

Wollenburg J.E., Katlein C., Nehrke G., Nöthig E-M., Matthiessen J., Wolf-Gladrow D.A., Nikolopoulos A., Gazquez-Sanchez F., Rossmann L., Assmy P., Babin M., Bruyant F., Beaulieu M., Dybwad C., Peeken I., 2018: Ballasting by cryogranic gypsum enhances carbon export in a Phaeocystis under-ice bloom, Scientific Reports, Vol 8: 7703, doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-26016-0.

Werner K., Fritz M., Morata N., Keil K., Pavlov A., Peeken I., Nikolopoulos A., Findlay H., Kędra M., Majaneva S., Rennerk A., Hendricks S., Jacquot M., Nicolaus M., O’Regan M., Sampei M., Wegner C., 2016: Arctic in Rapid Transition: Priorities for the Future of Marine and Coastal Research in the Arctic, Pol. Sci., Vol 10, Issue 3, pp364-373.

Sundblad G., Bekkby T., Isaeus M., Nikolopoulos A., Norderhaug K.M., Rinde E., 2014: Comparing the ecological relevance of four wave exposure models. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2014.01.008.

Nikolopoulos A., Pickart R.S., Fratantoni P.S., Shimada K., Torres D.J. and Jones E.P., 2009: The western Arctic boundary current at 152°W: Structure, variability, and transport. Deep Sea Research II, Vol 56, Issue 17, pp 1164-1181, doi: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.10.014.

Nikolopoulos A., Borenäs K., Hietala R., Lundberg P., 2003: Hydraulic estimates of Denmark Strait overflow, J. Geophys. Res., 108(C3), 3095, doi:10,1029/2001JC001283.

Björk G., Söderkvist J., Winsor P., Nikolopoulos A., Steele M., 2002: Partial Return of the Cold halocline layer to the Amundsen Basin of the Arctic Ocean: Implications for the sea ice mass balance, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29(11), 1513, doi:10.1029/2001GL014157.

Borenäs K. and Nikolopoulos A., 2000: Theoretical calculations based on real topography of the maximal deep-water flow through the Jungfern Passage, J. Mar. Res., 58, 3, 701-719.

 

Marine fieldwork:

2018-2021

IMR-Fjord&Coast

Recurrent cruises (2-3 times/year, 4-7 days at sea/cruise) with R/V Kristine Bonnevie (Norway): in the Troms and Finnmark fjord system. Cruise planning, monitoring with CTD/RO and assistance in mooring recovery/deployment (ADCP+SBE37+SBE56)

2017

SIPCA/PASCAL (PS106.1)

May 23 – Jun 21, R/V Polarstern (Germany): Expedition to the Arctic Ocean Nansen Basin. PI for ship-CTD programme and under-ice ADCP/CTD mooring line deployment during a 12-day ice drift. (Initial planning also of leg2 Jun23-Jul21 but not onboard). Co-applicant.

2015

ART TRANSSIZ (PS92)

May 19 – Jun 29, R/V Polarstern (Germany): Expedition to the Arctic Ocean Nansen Basin. PI for CTD/RO measurements and water sampling. Measurements with XCTD and UCTD from ship, and MMS90 from the ice. Co-applicant.

2012

WPD Control program Storgrunden

May 13-23 and Aug 5-6: Monitoring survey of demersal fish at Storgrunden offshore bank, Southern Bothnian Sea. Fishing and hydrographic sampling at sea, catch analysis on land. PI for CTD/turbidity measurements and water sampling.

2007

WPD EIA Finngrunden

May 26 – Jun 6 and Aug 1-24: Monitoring survey of demersal fish at Finngrunden offshore banks in the Southern Bothnian Sea. PI for fish survey and hydrographic sampling at sea, and for onland analysis of the catch.

2005

MIT/Joint Graduate Programme

Jun 22 – Jul 1, SSV Corwith Cramer (USA): Introductory cruise for students at Mid-Atlantic Bight. Teacher of CTD and hydrocasts, net-sampling, oxygen titration. Providing guidance for student projects. Handling of the tallship.

2004

Western Arctic SBI Experiment

Sep 2 – Oct 1, IB Healy (USA): Expedition to the Chukchi Shelf/Beaufort Sea. Water sampling, CTD-monitoring, logging of chemical analysis results, analysis of ship mounted thermosalinograph data, preparation of float instrument survey.

2002

Marie Curie fellowship, University of Bergen

Aug 2-14, R/V Haakon Mosby (Norway): Expedition to Storfjorden, Svalbard. Monitoring of the CTD and lowered ADCP.

2001

Graduate studies

Jun 29 – Aug 29, IB Oden (Sweden): Expedition to the High Arctic. Operation of the ship CTD/RO casts (all stages). Autosal salinity sample analysis.

1997

VEINS

Aug 13 – Sep 13, R/V Aranda (Finland): Expedition to the Denmark Strait, Iceland. Training in CTD/RO water sampling.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Publikasjoner

Poster

2019

A 12-day Arctic ice-tethered mooring: Velocities, particles, and plankton migration

Anna Nikolopoulos, Torsten Linders

Vitenskapelige artikler (NVI)

2020

Productive detours – Atlantic water inflow and acoustic backscatter in the major troughs along the Svalbard shelf

Sebastian Menze, Randi Brunvær Ingvaldsen, Anna Nikolopoulos, Tore Hattermann, Jon Albretsen, Harald Gjøsæter
Progress in Oceanography 188

Faglige foredrag

2018

The "top to bottom" water characteristics along the PS106 cruise track

Nikolopoulos, Anna
2018

A 12-day view of water velocities and particle distribution under the ice

Nikolopoulos, Anna
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