|Joined the ERI||
January 5, 2009
Dr. Lonneke Goddijn-Murphy is an expert in marine optics and physics and has been conducting research on the remote sensing of various aspects of the sea surface such as, ocean colour, air-sea gas exchange, whitecapping, ocean waves and wave energy.
2002 – 2007: Doctor of Phylosophy (Ph.D.), Physical Oceanography. National University of Ireland, Galway, Martin Ryan Institute for Marine Science, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
Title: “Using a digital camera for water quality measurements in Galway Bay”
1984 – 1990: Master of Science (MSc.), Experimental Physics. State University of Leiden, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Leiden, Netherlands.
Title: “Initiative to the development of a double resonance probe. The NMR part.”
Peer Reviewed Publications
McIlvenny, J., Tamsett, D., Gillibrand, P., Goddijn-Murphy, L. (2016),” On the Sediment Dynamics in a Tidally Energetic Channel: The Inner Sound, Northern Scotland.”, J. Mar. Sci., Eng., 2016, 4(2), 31; doi:10.3390/jmse4020031. (link)
Shutler, J. D., Land, P. E., Piolle, J.-F., Woolf, D. K., Goddijn-Murphy, L., Paul, F., Girard-Ardhuin, F., Chapron, B., Donlon, C. J. (2016), “FluxEngine: A flexible processing system for calculating atmosphere-ocean carbon dioxide gas fluxes and climatologies”, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., early online; doi:10.1175/JTECH-D-14-00204.1. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L. M., McIlvenny, J., Gleizon, P., Martín Míguez, B. (2015) “Wave energy resource assessment with AltiKa satellite altimetry: A case study at a wave energy site”, Geoph. Res. Lett., 42(13), doi: 10.1002/2015GL064490. (link)
L. M. Goddijn-Murphy, D. K. Woolf, P. E. Land, J. D. Shutler, and C. Donlon (2015), “The OceanFlux Greenhouse Gases methodology for deriving a sea surface climatology of CO2 fugacity in support of air-sea gas flux studies”, Ocean Sci.,11, 519–541, doi:10.5194/os-11-519-2015. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L., D.K. Woolf, Easton M.C. (2013), “Current patterns in the Inner Sound (Pentland Firth) from underway ADCP data”, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 30(1), 96-111, doi:10.1175/JTECH-D-11-00223.1. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L., D. K. Woolf, B. Chapron, P.Queffeulou (2013).” Improvements to estimating the air-sea gas transfer velocity by using dual-frequency, altimeter backscatter.”Remote Sens. of Env. 139, 1–5, doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2013.07.026. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L., D. K. Woolf, and A. H. Callaghan (2011), “Parameterizations and algorithms for oceanic whitecap coverage”. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 41(4), 742-756, doi: 10.1175/2010JPO4533.1. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L., D. Dailloux, M. White and D. Bowers (2009). “Fundamentals of in Situ Digital Camera Methodology for Water Quality Monitoring of Coast and Ocean”. Sensors, 9, 5825-5843, doi:10.3390/s90705825. (link)
Goddijn, L. M. and M. White (2006). “Digital camera measurements of water quality parameters in Galway Bay, Ireland”. Estuar. Coast. Shelf S. 66(3-4): 429-436. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2005.10.002. (link)
Dekker, A. G., H.J. Hoogenboom, L.M. Goddijn and T.J.M Malthus (1997). “The relation between inherent optical properties and reflectance spectra in turbid inland waters.” Remote Sens. Rev. 15: 59-74.
D K Woolf, L M Goddijn-Murphy, J Prytherch, M J Yelland, P D Nightingale, J D Shutler, J-F Piolle, J Hanafin, B Chapron (2013). “Appropriate treatment of uncertainty and ambiguity; a flexible system for climatological calculations in response to an on-going debate on the transfer velocity, K.” Proc. of ESA Living Planet Symposium, 9-13 Sept 2013, Edinburgh, ESA Special Publication SP-722.
D. K.Woolf, D. K., and L. M. Goddijn-Murphy (2011). “The importance of whitecapping to air-sea interaction and Earth Observation approaches to its retrieval”. Proc. of ESA, SOLAS & EGU Joint Conference ‘Earth Observation for Ocean–Atmosphere Interactions Science’, 29 November – 2 December 2011, Frascati, Italy, ESA Special Publication SP-703.
Lonneke Goddijn-Murphy, Martin White, David Bowers, Damien Dailloux and Denis Morichon (2010). “Low-cost marine water-quality monitoring”. Technical article. 7 April 2010, SPIE Newsroom, doi: 10.1117/2.1201003.002663. (link)
Goddijn-Murphy, L. and D.K. Woolf (2009) “Advantages of high resolution mapping of tidal currents in the Pentland Firth, using underway ADCP measurements”. Proc. of AiA 2009. “ADCPs in Action”, San Diego, California, 5-7 October 2009.
O’Donnell, C., Egan, A., Lynch, D., Boyd, J., Wall, D. & Goddjin, L. (2007), “Northwest Herring Acoustic Survey Cruise Report and Abundance Estimate, 2007”, FSS Survey Series, Marine Institute 2007. (link)
Mullins, E., Johnston, G., Power, G., Goddijn, L. & Mackey, M. (2006), “Blue Whiting Acoustic Survey Cruise Report March-April 2006”, FSS Survey Series, Marine Institute 2006. (link)
Goddijn, L. M. and M. White (2005). “Modelling digital camera output as a function of yellow substance concentrations in coastal waters.” Proc. of III International conference, Current Problems in Optics of Natural Waters (ONW), St Petersburg, Russia, 12-16 September 2005.
O’Donnell, C., Mullins, E., Power, G., Goddijn, L. & Mackey, M. (2005), “Blue Whiting Acoustic Survey Cruise Report March-April 2005”, FSS Survey Series, Marine Institute 2005. (link)
O’Donnell, C., Griffin, K., Clarke, M., Lynch, D., Ulgren, J., Goddijn, L., Wall, D. & Mackey, M. (2004), “Celtic Sea Herring Acoustic Survey Cruise Report 2004”, FSS Survey Series, Marine Institute 2004. (link)
OceanFlux GHG and OceanFlux GHG – Evolution
A total of 129 days active surveying time spent on 4 to 20 day cruises. This included participation as the onboard oceanographer on four acoustic surveys, carried out by Fisheries Science Services of the Marine Institute, Oranmore, Ireland:
6th -11th April 2003, RV Prince Madog, Irish Sea. CRUISE FOR INTERREG PROGRAMME 54170 `The use of ferries to observe water quality of the Irish Sea`.
13th – 17th July 2003, RV Celtic Voyager, Coastal survey Galway – Donegal. Multi-disciplinary study of oceanographic processes on the Atlantic Seaboard.
11th – 21st September 2003, RV Prince Madog, Irish Sea. CRUISE FOR INTERREG PROGRAMME 54170 `The use of ferries to observe water quality of the Irish Sea`.
7th – 18th October 2003, RV Celtic Explorer, Southern Rockall Trough – Multi-disciplinary survey I.
12th – 17th February 2004, RV Celtic Voyager, Irish Sea. CRUISE FOR INTERREG PROGRAMME 54170 `The use of ferries to observe water quality of the Irish Sea`.
1st – 10th October 2004, RV Celtic Explorer, Southern Rockall Trough – Multi-disciplinary survey III.
25th November – 15th December 2004, RV Celtic Explorer, Coastal survey West and South-West of Ireland. Celtic sea herring acoustic survey.
25th March – 14th April 2005, RV Celtic Explorer, Rockall Trough/Rockall Bank. Blue Whiting Acoustic Survey.
26th January – 2nd February 2006, RV Celtic Explorer, Porcupine Bank and Seabight. Oceanographic Survey.
22nd March – 10th April 2006 RV, Celtic Explorer, Rockall Trough/Rockall Bank. Blue Whiting Acoustic Survey.
4th January – 22nd January 2007, RV Celtic Explorer, North-West Herring Acoustic Survey.