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Peer-reviewed articles by Erik van Sebille

E.vanSebille@uu.nl | Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, Netherlands.

2017 Seminars

  1. At Nagoya University (Japan) in March 2017
    Our plastic oceans: sources, risks and possible solutions of marine litter
  1. At NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University (USA) in February 2017
    Chasing Water: Lagrangian tracking of tracers, plastic and plankton through the global ocean
  1. At MIT (USA) in February 2017
    Chasing Water: Lagrangian tracking of tracers, plastic and plankton through the global ocean
  1. At Duke University (USA) in February 2017
    Chasing Water: Lagrangian tracking of tracers, plastic and plankton through the global ocean
  1. At University of Sheffield (UK) in January 2017
    Our ocean in motion: How currents carry plankton, and how that affects palaeoproxy reconstructions
  1. At University of St Andrews (UK) in January 2017
    The effects of ocean circulation on marine ecosystems: how currents carry nutrients, plankton, larvae and plastic around the globe
  1. At University of Edinburgh (UK) in January 2017
    Dispersion and accumulation of plastic litter by ocean currents and eddies

2016 Seminars

  1. At JAMSTEC (Japan) in December 2016
    Our plastic oceans: sources, pathways, and risks of marine litter
  1. At University of Bangor (UK) in December 2016
    Our ocean in motion: How currents carry nutrients, plankton and plastic around the globe
  1. At University of Warwick (UK) in November 2016
    A picture and a thousand words: how images of the 'islands of trash' have skewed the discussion about microplastic pollution in the ocean
  1. At Imperial College (UK) in October 2016
    The effects of ocean circulation on marine ecosystems: how currents carry plankton and plastic around the globe
  1. At Newcastle University (UK) in September 2016
    Our ocean in motion: How currents carry nutrients, plankton and plastic around the globe
  1. At Kiel University (Germany) in July 2016
    Our plastic oceans: sources, risks and possible solutions of marine litter
  1. At University of Cambridge (UK) in May 2016
    Our ocean in motion: How currents carry plankton, and how that affects palaeoproxy reconstructions
  1. At University of Lincoln (UK) in April 2016
    Our ocean in motion: How currents carry plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies, and the implications to climate
  1. At University of Oxford (UK) in March 2016
    Our plastic oceans: sources, fate and risks of marine litter
  1. At University of Cambridge (UK) in March 2016
    How many oceans are there really? Using Lagrangian ocean dynamics to study climate, marine ecosystems and plastic accumulation
  1. At University College London (UK) in February 2016
    Chasing water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeo-proxies through the global ocean
  1. At University of Miami (USA) in February 2016
    Chasing water: Using particles to track passive tracers, plankton, plastic and palaeo-proxies through the global ocean

2015 Seminars

  1. At LCSE/CNES (Paris, France) in December 2015.
    Chasing Water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies through the global ocean
  1. At University of Reading (Reading, UK) in November 2015.
    Chasing Water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies through the global ocean
  1. At Imperial College London (London, UK) in October 2015.
    Our plastic oceans: sources, fate and risks of marine litter
  1. At University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK) in October 2015.
    Chasing Water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies through the global ocean
  1. At National Oceanography Centre (Southampton, UK) in October 2015.
    Chasing Water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies through the global ocean
  1. At Plymouth Marine Laboratory (Plymouth, UK) in October 2015.
    Chasing Water: Using particles to track plankton, plastic and palaeoproxies through the global ocean
  1. At Utrecht University (Utrecht, Netherlands) in May 2015.
    Chasing water: The palaeoclimate impacts of ocean currents carrying heat and plankton around the globe
  1. At Oxford University (Oxford, UK) in May 2015.
    Chasing water: Using Lagrangian particles to track water, heat, plankton and plastic through the global ocean
  1. At Imperial College London (London, UK) in May 2015.
    How many oceans are there really? Using ocean complexity to study climate, marine ecosystems and plastic accumulation
  1. At University College London (London, UK) in March 2015.
    Chasing Water: the Lagrangian view of the ocean circulation

2014 Seminars

  1. At the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) in October 2014.
    Chasing Water: mapping how currents carry plastic and plankton
  1. At the VU University (Amsterdam, Netherlands) in July 2014.
    Chasing Water: how ocean currents carry plankton around and what that means for paleoceanography and marine ecology
  1. At l'Ocean (Paris, France) in July 2014.
    Water pathways in the Southern Ocean from Lagrangian particles
  1. At the British Antarctic Service (Cambridge, UK) in July 2014.
    Water pathways in the Southern Ocean from Lagrangian particles
  1. At Imperial College (London, UK) in July 2014.
    Using Lagrangian floats to unravel the dynamics of the ocean circulation and its role in climate
  1. At the University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia) in June 2014.
    Chasing water: quantifying how currents carry plastic and organisms
  1. At CSIRO (Perth, Australia) in June 2014.
    Chasing water: quantifying how currents carry plastic and organisms
  1. At the Sydney Institue of Marine Science (Sydney, Australia) in May 2014.
    The inter-ocean exchanges around Australia
  1. At Deakin University (Warrnambool, Australia) in April 2014.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.

2013 Seminars

  1. At the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) in October 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.
  1. At ANU (Canberra, Australia) in September 2013.
    The pathways of plastic into the garbage patches.
  1. At CSIRO (Aspendale, Australia) in July 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.
  1. At the IMAU (Utrecht, Netherlands) in May 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.
  1. At Geomar (Kiel, Germany) in May 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian perspective on Antarctic Bottom Water and marine plastics.
  1. At the University of Stockholm (Stockholm, Sweden) in May 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.
  1. At the University of Reading (Reading, UK) in May 2013.
    Chasing water: the Lagrangian take on the ocean circulation.
  1. At the National Oceanographic Centre (Southampton, UK) in May 2013.
    Chasing water: two case studies of the Lagrangian ocean circulation.

2012 Seminars

  1. At the School of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) in August 2012.
    Lagrangian analysis of the global ocean circulation.
  1. At the Australian National University (Canberra, Australia) in May 2012.
    The connectivity and inter-ocean exchanges of the Southern Hemisphere subtropical gyres from Lagrangian analyses.
  1. At the CSIRO CMAR (Hobart, Australia) in March 2012.
    Inter-ocean exchanges and the connectivity of the ocean circulation from Lagrangian analyses.

2011 Seminars

  1. At the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) in November 2011.
    The global ocean circulation on both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At the Netherlands Institute for Sea Research NIOZ (Texel, Netherlands) in August 2011.
    The global ocean circulation at both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (Hamburg, Germany) in August 2011.
    The global ocean circulation at both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA) in July 2011.
    The global ocean circulation at both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At the Netherlands Royal Meteorological Institute KNMI (De Bilt, Netherlands) in June 2011.
    The global ocean circulation at both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Pasadena, California, USA) in June 2011.
    The global ocean circulation at both eddy-resolving and millennial scales.
  1. At the University of Miami (Miami, Florida, USA) in May 2011.
    The horizontal and vertical ocean circulation on decadal to millennial time scales.

2010 Seminars

  1. At the University of Miami (Miami, Florida, USA) in January 2010.
    Assessing Agulhas leakage.

2009 Seminars

  1. At the IMAU (Utrecht, Netherlands) in October 2009.
    Assessing Agulhas leakage.
  1. At the University of Reading (Reading, UK) in June 2009.
    Model validation using scarce observations: Lagrangian trajectories in the Agulhas region.
  1. At the CSIRO (Hobart, Australia) in February 2009.
    Agulhas leakage inferred from numerical Lagrangian drifters.

2008 Seminars

  1. At the IFM-Geomar (Kiel, Germany) in April 2008.
    An index for the inter-annual variability in Agulhas leakage.

2007 Seminars

  1. At the Naval Research Laboratory (Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, USA) in November 2007.
    Determining Agulhas leakage from SSH: Towards an inter-annual index.