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SIOS-InfraNor - Arctic Ocean inflow monitoring (SIOS-AOinflow)

The largest inflow of oceanic heat to the Arctic Ocean follows the bottom topography north of Svalbard. Moorings with CTDs, current meters, biogeochemical sensors and acoustic instruments for quantification of biota will be deployed over the continental slope north-east of Svalbard. The project is part of SIOS-InfraNor.

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Starts
2019-08-01

Ends
2027-07-31

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Project type

  • field work
  • long-term monitoring
  • sios

Discipline

  • marine biology
  • cryosphere
  • oceanography

Project Keywords

  • oceans / marine biology / marine microbiota
  • oceans / ocean temperature / water temperature
  • oceans / sea ice / ice depth/thickness
  • oceans / salinity/density / salinity

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Summary

The largest inflow of oceanic heat to the Arctic Ocean follows the bottom topography north of Svalbard. To monitor variability, seasonality and trends in this inflow, moorings with CTDs, current meters, biogeochemical sensors and acoustic instruments for quantification of biota will be deployed over the continental slope north-east of Svalbard. The moorings will be serviced during bi-annual cruises, starting in autumn 2019.

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