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Cruise Report LANCE 18/2005

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  • Earth Science
  • Geography

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Cruise Report LANCE 2004/15 Zentrum für Marine und Atmosphärische Wissenschaften Institut für Meereskunde Regional UHH · ZMAW · IfM · Bundesstraße 53 · D-20146 Hamburg Dr. John Mortensen December 19th 2005 Cruise Report LANCE 18/2005 Ship: RV LANCE Cruise: LA1805 Dates: September 19th – October 11th 2005 Port Calls: Tromsø/Norway Institute: ZMAW, Institut für Meereskunde, Universität Hamburg Scientific crew: 8 Chief Scientist: John Mortensen Principal Project: SFB 512 E2 (The East Greenland Current, an indicator of the low frequency variability of the outflow of the system Arctic Ocean/Nordic Seas) Research area: Nordic Seas Working Time Zone: UTC Master: Frits R. Johansen Participants: Name Speciality Institute Mortensen, John, Dr. Chief Scientist IfM HH Fossan, Kristen CTD/Mooring NPI Latarius, Katrin CTD IfM HH Majer, Claudia CTD IfM HH Rolle, Kirstin CTD IfM HH Schütze, Mattis CTD IfM HH Verch, Norbert CTD IfM HH Welsch, Andreas Mooring IfM HH IfM HH ZMAW, Institut für Meereskunde, Universität Hamburg, Bundesstr. 53, D-20146 Hamburg, Germany, e-mail: [email protected], [email protected] NPI Norsk Polarinstitut, Polarmiljøsenteret, N-9296 Tromsø, Norway, Email: [email protected] Scientific Objectives The RV LANCE 18/2005 cruise (The East Greenland Current, an indicator of the low frequency variability of the outflow of the system Arctic Ocean/Nordic Seas) was conducted by the ZMAW, Institut für Meereskunde, Universität Hamburg, with the main objective of collecting hydrographic observations on the East Greenland continental shelf and slope in the Greenland Sea as part of the German project SFB 512, E2. The main goal of SFB 512, E2, is to understand how changes in the outflows of the Arctic Ocean/Nordic Seas system correlate with measured changes in the East Greenland Current. The LA

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