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Fysisk oceanografi, masterprogram

Avancerad nivå | 120 hp
HT 2017
100% Dag
Göteborg
UNDERVISNINGSSPRÅK: Engelska
Stängd GU-11999

Om programmet

Physical oceanography is based on theory and methods from classical mechanics and thermodynamics. Methods include observations in the sea using instruments based on latest technology, advanced methods to analyze observational data and simulation using mathematical models.

OCM100 and OCM200 Physical oceanography I + II (15 + 7.5 hec): These courses give the theoretical foundation for studying the physics of the ocean, including currents, waves and effects of rotation and stratification.
OC6310 Ocean models (15 hec): The course introduces numerical modelling of turbulence, heat and salt balances, sea ice, lakes, coastal seas and coupled basins.
OC4910 Mixing in the ocean (15 hec): The course covers different mechanisms generating mixing and includes a field experiment where turbulence and mixing is quantified with modern observational and analysis techniques.
Master thesis (30 , 45 or 60 hec): Several active researchers may act as supervisors. Thesis work may also be supervised by external researchers at industry or public institutions.

In addition to the courses above you are expected to add electable courses up to a total of 120 hec. MAR440 Marine project (15 hec) is recommended.

Why Gothenburg?

The Department of Marine Sciences at University of Gothenburg harbours all disciplines of marine research: physical oceanography, marine biology, marine chemistry, marine geology and even conservation of marine heritage.

The facilities at University of Gothenburg are excellent with a city-based campus, laboratories field stations, research vessels and measuring instruments for all marine disciplines. Field work is an integral part of our teaching and the Gothenburg region offers proximity to a wide range of marine environments, with different fresh water inputs, different tidal ranges and with different atmospheric, terrestrial and human influences. Our fjords act as giant field laboratories.

Career area

With a master degree in Physical Oceanography there are ample possibilities for a career within many areas of society where employers seek the special knowledge of ocean dynamics, data analysis and computational skills of physical oceanographers. These employers are found within industry, consultancy, research institutes and all levels of government. The degree also gives the merits to continue within research with PhD studies in Sweden or on the international arena. This will be in a research branch that has a tendency to expand due to the large future challenges regarding climate and ocean environment.

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Behörighet och urval

Förkunskapskrav: Kandidatexamen med huvudämne oceanografi eller meteorologi eller fysik eller matematik. Dessutom krävs Engelska 6/Engelska B.

Urval: Högskolepoäng, max 225 hp

Studievägledning

Barbara Casari, 031-786 3763, svl@marine.gu.se

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Institutionen för marina vetenskaper
Box 461
40530 Göteborg
Besöksadress: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22 B

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