Oceanographic data from the INTAROS deep mooring NERSC-4

The deep ocean mooring NERSC-4 was deployed in 2019-2020 in the southern Nansen Basin at 81°47'N and 22°E at the water depth of 3458 m. The multidisciplinary mooring carried instruments from different INTAROS partners to collect physical, biogeochemical, and ocean sound observations. NERSC-4 was equipped with the upward-looking Nortek AD2CP Signture250 and the downward-looking TRDI LR ADCP for ocean current measurements, and point CTD, TD, T, and DO senors from SeaBird, RBR, and AADI for temperature, salinity, pressure and dissolved oxygen measurements.

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Source Data will be soon available in the Oceanographic Data and Information System eCUDO.pl (data publication in process)
Principal Investigator Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller
Data Curator Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller
Last Updated May 6, 2022, 07:57 (UTC)
Created May 5, 2022, 22:34 (UTC)
Parameter name(s) ocean temperature, ocean salinity, ocean pressure, ocean currents, sea ice drift and draft, dissolved oxygen
Project/Program name(s) INTAROS
Observing system name INTAROS moored array