George Krokos

PhD Student

PhD Student

Current

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

Education

  • ​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

Research Interests Keywords

Physical oceanography