Hydrospheric Science Research Group - Latest Research

Mixed Layer of Ocean Change

The mixed layer, the thin, nearly isopycnic surface layer, is a distinct and important sub-environment in world’s oceans. It separates the atmosphere from the deep ocean, and thus, modulates, if not regulates to a ...

Research of Taiwan Freshwater Observatory under Climatic Changes

The time-series typed study in aquatic ecosystems has been recognized as one of the most effective tools to explore long-term environment/ecosystem changes (A). Since 2004, a time-series type watershed biogeochemical obs...

The Fate of Aerosol Fe in the Surface Water of the NWPO

The supply of iron (Fe) to the euphotic zone plays an critical role on regulating the biogeochemical cycling of material in the ocean. In addition to nitrogen and phosphorus, Fe is one of the most important limiting fact...