Andrea Milinković, Saranda Bakija Alempijević, Sanja Frka Milosavljević, Tomislav Bulat, Zdeslav Zovko, Abra Penezić and Lucija Plazibat conducted, every two weeks from February to July 2019, fieldwork at the Martinska Research Station with the aim of collecting atmospheric and marine samples as part of the ongoing CSF project: “Biochemical responses of oligotrophic Adriatic surface ecosystems to atmospheric deposition inputs (BiREADI)", (2018-2022) (PI S. Frka Milosavljević).
Regular one-day once a month field work by research vessel "Villa Velebita" on the transect Rovinj- Po River estuary, which includes collection of samples at stations SJ 107 and SJ 108 for lipid, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and particulate organic carbon (POC) analysis.
T. Sesar and M. Čanković on a rented boat during sampling in the Wenchang Estuary, Hainan Island, China (May 2015), as part of bilateral collaboration between Repubic of Croatia and China, B. Gašparović and Z. Zhu: “A comparison of organic matter biogeochemistry in oligotrophic and eutrophic estuary: illustrated by lipids and amino acid enantiomers”.
B. Gašparović participating on 2013 EuroBASIN Cruise 87: The Twilight Cruise to the Porcupine Abyssal Plain Sustained Observatory, Atlantic, with RRS James Cook.
J. Godrijan on board RV Kilo Moana for a C-MORE Summer School „Microbial Oceanography: Genomes to Biomes” organized by Uni. Hawaii (June 2015).
Sampling and sample processing on board the research vessel Oceania on the Baltic Sea in October 2015. Participation in this expedition was enabled by cooperation with dr. Violetta Drozdowska from the Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Science, in Sopot.