Marine Ecohydrodynamics Laboratory was created in its present form in January 2007 to bring together the hydrodynamicists and ecologists to understand many complex marine problems. The main objective of the studies is to make physical processes intelligible to biologists using the mathematical tools as well as make the nature of life in the sea understandable to oceanographers. It is expected that the studies carried out within the Laboratory help the marine biologist and ecologists to know more about the mechanisms by which plants and animals live in the oceans, as well as physical oceanographers and fluid dynamicists to see how their knowledge of mechanics can be used to study marine ecology.

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Calculations are carried out on cluster Tryton at the
Academic Computer Center in Gdańsk
Atmospheric forcing used in simulations is made available free of charge by
ICM - University of Warsaw
Satellite SST assimilation is conduct by courtesy of
SatBałtyk - Satellite Environment Control of Baltic Sea
Part of the hydrological data used in simulations is provided by the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute