Iwona Wróbel-Niedźwiecka

ul. Powstańców Warszawy 55
81-712 Sopot, Poland
email: iwrobel@iopan.pl

Research Gate: Iwona Wrobel-Niedzwiecka
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1315-523

  • 2019 – Ph.D. in Earth and Environment Science, Institute of Oceanology PAN,
    Thesis title: Analysis of mass, momentum and gas fluxes relevant for climat change across the sea surface in the European Arctic,
    Tutor: prof. dr hab. Jacek Piskozub
  • 2014 – Master Degree of Physical Geography, Faculty of Meteorology and Climatology.
    Master thesis: Lighting over the Centre European in the light of remote sensing data.
  • 2009 – Bachelor Degree of Oceanography at Univeristy of Gdnsk, Faculty Physical Oceanography. Bachelor thesis: Acoustic classification of seabed.
  • Since 2017 Principle Investigator and project manager in the National Science Centre grant. Title: Artificial neural network in analysis of air-sea CO2 fluxes
  • 2017 Head of the 1st stage of the AREX research cruise, Institute of Oceanology PAN
  • 2017 and 2018 Participation in certified courses Matlab and Python
  • 2016 and 2017 Chairman at the International Sopot Youth Conference
  • 2016 Winner of the 9th edition of the Awards of his Magnificence Rector of the University of Silesia
  • 2016 Organization and members of the organization committee XXVI National Seminary of Polar Meteorology and Climatology, Institute of Oceanology PAN, Sopot, Poland
  • 2014 - 2016 Invesitgator in ESA Support Science Element, STSE OceanFlux Greenhouse Evolution
  • Since 2014 Thirteen oral and poster presentations at international conferences, workshops and meetings in Poland, Austria, France, United Station
  • Since 2014 co-author of 7 poster and oral presentation at the international conferences
  • Since 2014 Participation in 3 Arex cruises: North Atlantic, Norwegian Sea, Arctic Sea, Spitsbergen's Fiords (Norway) onboard s/v Oceania, and 7 Baltic Sea cruises onboard s/v Oceania
  1. Iwona Wróbel-Niedźwiecka, Malgorzata Kitowska, Przemysław Makuch and Piotr Markuszewski, The Distribution of pCO2w and Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes Using FFNN at the Continental Shelf Areas of the Arctic Ocean. Remote Sens. 2022, 14, 312. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs14020312
  2. Woolf, D. K., Shutler, J. D., Goddijn-Murphy, L., Watson, A. J., Chapron, B., Nightingale, P.D., Donlon, C.J., Piskozub, J., Yelland, M.J., Ashton, I., Holding, T., Schuster, U., Girard-Ardhuin, F., Grouazel, A., Piolle, J.-F., Warren, M., Wróbel-Niedźwiecka, I., Land, P.E., Torres, R., Prytherch, J., Moat, B., Hanafin, J., Ardhuin, F., and Paul., F. 2019. Key incertainty in the recent air-sea flux of CO2. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, doi:10.1029/2018/GB006041
  3. Wróbel-Niedźwiecka, I., Drozdowska, V., and Piskozub, J., 2019. Effect of drag coefficient formula choice on wind stress climatology in the North Atlantic and the European Arctic. Oceanologia, 61, 291-299, doi:10.1016/j.oceano/2019.02.002.
  4. Drozdowska, V., Wróbel, I., Markuszewski, P., Makuch, P., Raczkowska, A. and Kowalczuk, P. 2017. Study on organic matter fractions in the Surface Microlayer in the Baltic Sea by spectrofluorometric methods. Ocean Science, 13, 633-647, doi:10.5194/os-13-633-2017.
  5. Wróbel, I. 2017. Monthly dynamics of carbon dioxide exchange across the sea Surface of the Arctic Ocean in response to change in gas transfer velocity and partial pressure of CO2 in 2010. Oceanologia, 59, 445-459, doi:10.1016/j.oceano.2017.05.001.
  6. Wróbel, I. and Piskozub, J. 2016. Effect of gas-transfer velocity parameterization choice on air-sea CO2 fluxes in the North Atlantic Ocean and the European Arctic. Ocean Science, 12,1091-1103, doi:10.5194/os-12-1091-2016.

Hobbies: Italian cuisine, popular science literature, sewing, rock music, manicurist, vet

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