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Kongsfjorden and Rijpfjorden observatory programme - Rijpfjorden marine observatory (KROP)

The Kongsfjorden and Rijpfjorden Observatory Programme (KROP) maintains oceanographic observatories in the aforementioned fjords since 2002 and 2006, respectively. Instrumentation includes CTDs, ADCPs, sediment traps as well as other instruments for shorter periods. All data is publicly available upon request.

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Starts
2006-09-15

Ends
2019-08-15

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Project type

  • long-term monitoring
  • data management

Discipline

  • marine biology
  • oceanography

Project Keywords

  • oceans / marine biology / marine invertebrates
  • oceans / marine biology / fish
  • oceans / ocean circulation / ocean currents
  • oceans / coastal processes / fjords
  • oceans / ocean circulation / water masses
  • oceans / ocean temperature / water temperature
  • oceans / salinity/density / density
  • oceans / salinity/density / salinity
  • oceans / ocean acoustics / acoustic scattering
  • oceans / ocean optics / fluorescence
  • oceans / ocean optics / photosynthetically active radiation
  • oceans / ocean chemistry / suspended solids
  • oceans / marine sediments / suspended solids
  • oceans / ocean circulation / ocean mixed layer
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Summary

The KROP programme is based on two ongoing observatories in Kongsfjorden (KF) and Rijpfjorden (RF). The former was established by the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) in 2002, whereas the latter was initiated in 2006 as part of the Norwegian IPY project "CLEOPATRA" (RIS-6051 https://www.researchinsvalbard.no/project/6051). Today, the KF observatory is implemented as part of the SIOS InfraNOR programme NFR 269927 (https://sios.metsis.met.no/sites/sios.metsis.met.no/files/common/SIOS_InfraNor_ProjectDescription.pdf), and will be operated by UiT The Arctic University of Norway until 2026 in collaboration with SAMS. The RF observatory is currently a joint initiative funded internally by UiT and SAMS. The observatories provide a wide range of physical and biogeochemical data. The standard instrumention consists of: SeaBird CTDs (with additional Fluorescence and PAR sensors) and temperature loggers throughout the entire water column, a MacLane sediment trap at 100 m and upward and downward looking ADCPs at 90 m and 110 m. In addition a range of other instruments have been deployed during the years. These include a MacLane RAS (autonomous water sampler), an AURAL acoustic listening buoy, Nitrate and pH sensors, various settlement plates and other items for biological experiments. For a complete list of all instruments for each year and fjord, as well as the corresponding diagrams, please refer to the URL below.

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