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Lars Arneborg

PROFESSOR, ADJUNGERAD

Department of Marine
Sciences
Visiting address
Carl skottsbergs gata 22 b
41319 Göteborg
Postal address
Box 461
40530 Göteborg

About Lars Arneborg

Research

My research is mainly about transport, turbulence, and mixing processes in the ocean, and how this is influenced by stratification and bottom topography. I am working on a large range of scales from ocean currents to millimeter scale turbulent eddies to investigate processes like:

  • Exchange of gases and other substances over the ocean/atmosphere and ocean/sediment interfaces.
  • Tidally generated turbulence and breaking internal waves over steep topography.
  • Inflow of warm water towards ocean terminating glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland.
  • Dispersion of plast, organisms, and other substances in coastal seas and large lakes.
  • Influence of ships on mixing and biological production in the surface ocean.

I do this mainly through theory and field observations but even through numerical models.

Teaching

Undergraduate courses: Physical oceanography I (OCM100) and II (OCM200)

Graduate course: Ocean Mixing (OC4910)