During the recent UNIS student cruise of the AB202 course, three Mare Incognitum researchers (Jørgen Berge, Finlo Cottier and technician Daniel Vogedes) used the opportunity to recover the observatories which were set out a year ago in Adventfjorden, Kongsfjorden and Billefjorden (locations see map). This completes another year in a decade-long time series of deployments of these observatories. Data from the instrumentation will be used in all Mare Incognitum projects, partly as background information and partly as main data source together with zooplankton net tows and other in-situ sampling.

A fourth observatory (Rijpfjorden) will be recovered during the forthcoming UNIS AB821 student cruise.

The data is maintained in a database at our partners at the Scottish Association for Marine Science - SAMS. All historical data the observatories is available for download here.

The Mare Incognitum projects are members of the ARCTOS research network

The Mare Incognitum web pages are maintained by Marine Night technician Daniel Vogedes, UiT.

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