Michael Fettweis

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M. Baeye, Quinn, R. , Deleu, S. , and Fettweis, M. , Detection of shipwrecks in ocean colour satellite imagery, Journal of Archeological Science, vol. 66, pp. 1-6, 2016.



M. Fettweis, Baeye, M. , Van der Zande, D. , Van Den Eynde, D. , and Lee, B. J. , Seasonality of nearshore marine snow in the southern North Sea. VLIZ Young Scientists' Day, 7/3/2014, Brugge, Abstract + Poster.. RBINS} keywords = {sediments, Southern North Sea, 2014.



M. Fettweis, Monbaliu, J. , Nechad, B. , Baeye, M. , and Van den Eynde, D. , Weather and climate related spatial varability of high turbidity areas in the North Sea and the English Channel, vol. 7 - 11 May 2012. Liège Colloquium, 2012.



M. Fettweis, Houziaux, J. - S. , Four, I. Du, Van Lancker, V. , Baeteman, C. , Mathys, M. , Van Den Eynde, D. , Franken, F. , and Wartel, S. , Long-term influence of maritime access works on the distribution of cohesive sediments: analysis of historical and recent data from the Belgian nearshore area (southern North Sea)., Geo-Marine Letters, vol. 29, pp. 321-330, 2009.


M. Fettweis, Nechad, B. , and Van den Eynde, D. , An estimate of the suspended particulate matter (SPM) transport in the southern North Sea using SeaWiFS images, in situ measurements and numerical model results, Continental Shelf Research, vol. 27, pp. 1568-1583, 2007.
Vd.E. D., Nechad, B. , Fettweis, M. , and Francken, F. , Seasonal variability of suspended particulate matter observed from SeaWiFS images near the Belgian coast, Proceedings in Marine Science, vol. 8, pp. 291-311, 2007.
M. Fettweis, Four, I. Du, Zeelmaekers, E. , Baeteman, C. , Franken, F. , Houziaux, J. - S. , Mathys, M. , Nechad, B. , Pison, V. , Vandenberghe, N. , Van Den Eynde, D. , Van Lanker, V. , and Wartel, S. , Mud Origin, Characterisation and Human Activities (MOCHA). 2007.
01/12/2014 to 28/02/2019

Developments of methods to improve the monitoring of MSFD indicators 6 and 7

Within Europe’s Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), progress towards Good Environmental Status (GES) needs monitoring in a most time- and cost-effective way. For the GES descriptors 6 and 7, on seafloor integrity and hydrographic conditions, respectively, new integrative indicators (i.e.

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