Marine Science and Technology Centre (MarsTec) is a multidisciplinary research division at Klaipeda University established on the basis of former Coastal Research and Planning Institute and Institute of Mechatronics. Being part of the Faculty, MarsTec is largely oriented towards implementation of new ideas linking different fields of marine sciences and transferring them into education by attracting EU, regional and national funds.

Photo of the week

Latest publications
Schernewski G., Balčiūnas A., Gräwe D., Gräwe U., Klesse K., Schulz M., Wesnigk S., Fleet D., Haseler M., Möllman N., Werner S. 2017. Beach macro-litter monitoring on southern Baltic beaches: results, experiences and recommendations. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 1-21.
Ardura A., Zaiko A., Moran P., Planes S., Garcia-Vazquez E. 2017. Epigenetic signatures of invasive status in populations of marine invertebrates. Scientific reports, 1-10.
Kataržytė M., Vaičiūtė D., Bučas M., Gyraitė G., Petkuvienė J. 2017. Microorganisms associated with charophytes under different salinity conditions. Oceanologia, 59(2):177-186.
Støttrup J.G., Dinesen G.E., Janßen H., Gillgren D., Schernewski G. 2017. Re-visiting ICM theory and practice: Lessons learned from the Baltic Sea Region. Ocean & Coastal Management, 139:64-76
Šidagytė, E., Solovjova, S., Šniaukštaitė, V., Šiaulys, A., Olenin, S. and Arbačiauskas, K., 2017. The killer shrimp Dikerogammarus villosus (Crustacea, Amphipoda) invades Lithuanian waters, South-Eastern Baltic Sea. Oceanologia, 59, 85—91.
Cardeccia A., Marchini A., Occhipinti-Ambrogi A., Galil B., Gollasch S., Minchin D., Narščius A., Olenin S., Ojaveer H. 2016. Assessing biological invasions in European Seas: Biological traits of the most widespread non-indigenous species. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science,1-12
Olenin S., Ojaveer H., Minchin D., Boelens R. 2016. Assessing exemptions under the ballast water management convention: preclude the Trojan horse. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 103:84-92.
Bučas, M., Šaškov, A., Šiaulys, A. and Sinkevičienė, Z., 2016. Assessment of a simple hydroacoustic system for the mapping of macrophytes in extremely shallow and turbid lagoon. Aquatic Botany, 134, pp.39-46.
Atalah J., Newcombe E.M., Zaiko A. 2016. Biocontrol of fouling pests: effect of diversity, identity and density of control agents. Marine Environmental Research
Petkuvienė J., Žilius M., Lubienė I., Ruginis T., Giordani G., Razinkovas-Baziukas A., Bartoli M. 2016. Phosphorus cycling in a freshwater estuary impacted by cyanobacteria blooms. Estuaries and Coasts, 1-17
Olenina I., Vaičiukynas E., Šulčius S., Paškauskas R., Verikas A., Gelžinis A., Bačauskienė M., Bertašiūtė V., Olenin S., Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 168:71-79
Zaiko A., Samuliovienė A., Ardura A., Garcia-Vazquez E. 2015. Metabarcoding approach for non-indigenous species surveillance in marine coastal waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 100:53-59.
Zaiko A., Martinez J.L., Schmidt-Petersen J., Ribicic D., Samuloviene A., Garcia-Vazquez E. 2015. Metabarcoding approach for the ballast water surveillance - an advantageous solution or an awkward challenge? Marine Pollution Bulletin, 92: 25-34.
Kozlov I., Kudryavtsev V., Zubkova E., Atadzhanova O., Zimin A., Romanenkov D., Myasoedov A., Chapron B. 2015. SAR observations of internal waves in the Russian Arctic seas. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), IEEE International, 947-949.
Dučinskas, K., Zikariene, E., Dreiziene, L. 2014. Comparison of Performances of Plug-in Spatial Classification Rules based on Bayesian and ML Estimators. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods. SCITEPRESS-Science and Technology Publications, 161-166.
Ongoing projects
Since Till Acronym Title
2016 2019 EOMORES Earth Observation based services for Monitoring and Reporting of Ecological Status
[More...]
2015 2018 BALTCOAST A systems Approach Framework for Coastal Research and Management in the Baltic
[More...]
2015 2018 BSCP EMODnet Baltic Sea Checkpoint
[More...]
2015 2019 MARCONS Advancing marine conservation in the European and contiguous seas
[More...]