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  • RRS Discovery – DY181, Aberdeen (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland)
    RRS Discovery before navigating the Sound of Mull, Westcoast Scottland. The easternmost moorings of the OSNAP line are maintained by the UK project partners NOC (National Oceanography Center) and SAMS (Scottish Association for Marine Science) under the project AtlantiS. 2024 is a special anniversary year, as it will complete 10 years of OSNAP raw data. … Continue reading
  • OSNAP (Ocean Sentiments, or Newly Arisen Ponderings)
    By Ayden Schirmacher, Boston University student As someone who grew up on the west coast of the United States, the ocean has always been a part of me. I think it was something I took for granted, that it was always going to be there, and maybe I didn’t visit as much as I should … Continue reading
  • Neil Armstrong – Woods Hole
    By Emma Brown, Boston College student We arrived in Woods Hole! We immediately began lashing down anything that exciting seas might send sliding. This included various boxes of scientific materials, including our toolbox, with bungee cords and ratchet straps. Our filtration system was placed on a sticky mat and bungee corded in both directions. Other … Continue reading
  • MSM129: St. Johns, Canada to Reykjavik, Iceland
    The blog of the cruise can be found here (German & English): https://www.oceanblogs.org/msm129 Chief Scientist: Johannes KarstensenCo-chief scientist: Fehmi Dilmahamod The journey begins Maria S. Merian in the harbour of Warnemünde (Photo: Abed Hassoun) It’s time for the Maria S. Merian to embark on the research mission MSM129. In the first part of this mission, … Continue reading
  • Goodbye green, Hello deep ocean blue
    By H Furey The 2024 OSNAP field season is underway. The R/V Armstrong departed her homeport of Woods Hole on 02 June 2024, loaded with gear, and bound for the Irminger Sea. The ship will spend the summer in the subpolar North Atlantic, in support of OSNAP and other science programs. The next time the Armstrong … Continue reading
  • Postdoctoral position in deep circulation and AMOC variability in the subpolar North Atlantic
    We are seeking a highly motivated physical oceanographer for a postdoctoral position at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The postdoc will work with a team of researchers on “Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP)”, the over-arching goal of which is to observe and understand the drivers of monthly-to-interannual variability in meridional fluxes of volume, … Continue reading
  • Senior PDRA in Physical Oceanography (SAMS, UK)
    The job description can be found here: Senior PDRA in Physical Oceanography (D33/23.NF) — Scottish Association for Marine Science, Oban UK
  • Senior PDRA in Physical Oceanography (SAMS, UK)
    The job description can be found here: Senior PDRA in Physical Oceanography (D33/23.NF) — Scottish Association for Marine Science, Oban UK
  • Postdoc in physical oceanography/climate dynamics, University of Bergen
    There is a vacancy for a Postdoc position in climate dynamics at the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway, and the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research. The position is for a fixed-term period of 3 years and is associated with the project “Overturning circulation in the new Arctic (ArMOC)” funded by the Research Council of … Continue reading
  • 2 PhD positions in physical oceanography/climate dynamics at the University of Bergen, Norway
    Two Ph.D. positions in physical oceanography/climate dynamics related to the overturning circulation in the Nordic Seas and Arctic Ocean are open at the University of Bergen, Norway. Both positions are for a fixed-term period of 3 years with the possibility of a 4th year with compulsory other work (e.g., teaching duties at the department). The … Continue reading

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  1. Johannes Karstensen Avatar

    We are leaving Port St John’s just now for the 53°N observatory exchange as a contribution to OSNAP
    The blog of the cruise can be found here:
    https://www.oceanblogs.org/msm129/
    Live-tracking of the ship and also some ocean & atmosphere data can be looked up here:
    https://beluga.geomar.de/msm129
    Keep in touch
    Johannes for the cruise participants from Germany, Romania, Canada, Mauritius, Lebanon

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