George Krokos

PhD Student

Research Interests

​George is a physicist with a MSc in Oceanography with previous experience as a research associate and his interests lie in computational oceanography and numerical modeling, while his special interest is in the field of combined physical and ecological modeling.

Selected Publications

Seasonal evolution of the mixed layers in the Red Sea
G. Krokos, I. Cerovečki, A. R. Kartadikaria, M. C. Hendershott and I. Hoteit
Journal of Geophysical Research (to be submitted)

Impacts of warming on phytoplankton abundance and phenology in a typical tropical marine ecosystem
J.A. Gittings, D.E. Raitsos, G. Krokos, I. Hoteit
Scientific reports, 2018

The Gulf of aden intermediate water intrusion regulates the southern Red Sea
D. Dreano, D.E. Raitsos, J. Gittings, G. Krokos, I. Hoteit
Summer Phytoplankton Blooms. PLOS ONE 11, 2016

On the continuous functioning of an internal mechanism that drives the Eastern Mediterranean thermohaline circulation: The recent activation of the Aegean Sea as a dense water source area
G. Krokos, D. Velaoras, G. Korres, L. Perivoliotis, A. Theocharis
Journal of Marine Systems, p484-489, 2014


  • ​M.Sc., Physical Oceanography, Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece, 2006

Professional Profile

  • ​2008-2015: Research Associate, Institute of Oceanography, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), Anavyssos, Greece