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Postdoctoral position – IFREMER

Applications for an 18-month postdoctoral position are invited from candidates with a recent PhD in physical oceanography or similar. The successful candidate will be based in IFREMER, Brest (France), and will join the“Ocean and Climate” team of the Laboratory of

A closed heat budget for the mid-latitude North Atlantic?!

by Nick Foukal Now that the OSNAP and RAPID arrays are running concurrently, an obvious question arises: can we close a heat budget for the mid-latitude North Atlantic? A heat budget is a very simple concept – let us pretend

OSNAP at Ocean Science Meeting 2020

Below is a list of Ocean Sciences 2020 special sessions that may be interested to the OSNAP community.  Abstracts are due September 11, 2019. HE001: Arctic-North Atlantic connectivity: Variability, changes, and impacts of freshwater and heat exchange https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/prelim.cgi/Session/84277 Conveners: Dmitry

Ocean Sciences 2020 – OSNAP related abstract submission

We are want to draw your attention to the following session at the Ocean Sciences Meeting, 16-21 February 2020 in San Diego, CA. Abstracts can be submitted by visiting https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/prelim.cgi/Session/85893 until the submission deadline Wednesday, 11 September. *** Atlantic Ocean

Postdoctoral Researcher – Georgia Tech

Postdoctoral Researcher in Physical Oceanography at Georgia Tech A postdoctoral position in physical oceanography is available at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech. The postdoctoral researcher will work on a recently funded NSF project, Leveraging the

Research Scientist – Georgia Tech

Research Scientist in Physical Oceanography at Georgia Tech A research scientist position in physical oceanography is available at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech. The research scientist will work collaboratively on a number of projects focused

Update on OSNAP Floats

by Amy bower While the rest of the OSNAP team has been busy preparing the first continuous time series of the AMOC in the high-latitude North Atlantic from the OSNAP array measurements (link to Science paper), the Bower Lab has

Modelling in the Labrador Sea

by Clark Pennelly The Labrador Sea in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean is a bit like salad dressing: the multiple water layers present will not happily mingle with others nearby, just like oil and vinegar. Of course, this all changes when

Arctic freshwater storage and export – what will it mean for the AMOC?

by Helen Johnson with input from Sam Cornish and Yavor Kostov The first results from the OSNAP array, published this month in Science (https://science.sciencemag.org/content/363/6426/516), are incredibly exciting! Over the 21 months of data collected so far, it has been the

When science encounters art

by Femke de Jong Collaborations in science are great, especially within a group as closely knit as OSNAP, but sometimes  the most surprising things come out of totally different kinds of collaborations. I saw beautiful examples of this in a

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