Sea ice drift and wave measurements from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Process Cruise 2018

By laraf | Sun, 10/23/2022 - 12:32

The sea ice drifter trajectories and wave measurements from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Cruise 2018. The trajectories and wave measurements were obtained by instruments deployed on the ice. For more information about the deployment, see: Fer, Ilker, et al. Physical Process Cruise 2018. The Nansen Legacy Report Series 2 2020. The data are created, stored, and quality checked using the code available at: https://github.com/jerabaul29/data_release_sea_ice_drift_waves_in_ice_marginal_ice_zone_2022/tree/master/Data/2018_September_Barents/Instruments_V_2018 . More data may be available at this address than in this nc file. Please discuss any question / issue about the present data inside the issue tracker of the github repository.

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Citation info

Rabault, J. (2022). Sea ice drift and wave measurements from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Process Cruise 2018 [Data set]. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/HAQF-PH64

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Role: Investigator
Name: Jean Rabault
email: jeanr@met.no
Institution: Norwegian Meteorological Institute (MET)

Role: Data center contact
Name: ADC support
email: adc-support@met.no
Institution: Norwegian Meteorological Institute / Arctic Data Centre

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