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  • OSNAP Greenland Deep Western Boundary Current (GDWBC) 01 July 2022
    by Heather Furey It’s been a minute.  The sun is shining, it is a perfect July day on the Irminger Sea.  After an eight-day transit, some amount of CTD casts, some amount of CTD sensor diagnostics, some amount of moored instrument calibrations, and a few glider deployments, we are finally getting to the guts of … Continue reading
  • OSNAP Greenland Deep Western Boundary Current (GDWBC) 20-21 June 2022
    by Heather Furey So, we are off (Figure 1).  The sun is shining, it is a perfect June Cape Cod day.  Lines were cast about 20 minutes early; family and friends were left to rush to the dock to wave goodbye. We are headed out to ‘tip jet central’, just east-northeast of the tip of … Continue reading
  • OSNAP at the 2022 US AMOC Science Team Meeting
    OSNAP-related presentations at the 2022 US AMOC Science Team Meeting can be found on the site linked below. We look forward to ‘seeing’ everyone and learning about the latest findings. If you have any edits or questions please contact Anne-Sophie Fortin (afortin3@gatech.edu).
  • Postdoctoral Researcher Position at URI
    Gases in the Overturning and Horizontal Circulation of the Subpolar North Atlantic (GOHSNAP) The Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry Lab led by Dr. Jaime Palter at University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography invite applications to join an international and interdisciplinary group studying the transport of oxygen and carbon through the Subpolar North Atlantic. This … Continue reading
  • OSNAP at Ocean Sciences Meeting
    OSNAP related presentations at OSM 2022 can be found on the site linked below. We look forward to ‘seeing’ everyone and learning about the latest findings. If you have any edits or questions please contact Anne-Sophie Fortin (afortin3@gatech.edu) 
  • OSNAP at EGU
    OSNAP related presentations at EGU 2021 can be found on the site linked below. We look forward to ‘seeing’ everyone, and learning about the latest findings. If you have any edits or questions please contact Sarah Clem (sarah.clem@duke.edu)  OSNAP at Upcoming Meetings
  • Postdoctoral Researcher in Climate Science at Georgia Tech
    A postdoctoral position in climate science is available at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech. The postdoctoral researcher will work closely with Dr. Susan Lozier on projects that aim to elucidate the atmospheric and oceanic processes that drive North Atlantic sea surface temperature variability on interannual, decadal and multidecadal time scales. … Continue reading
  • Research Assistant in Physical Oceanography at Georgia Tech
    A research assistant position in oceanography is available at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech. The research assistant will work for Dr. Susan Lozier, the international lead for the Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP; www.o-snap.org). Specifically, the research assistant will work to support a number of projects focused on … Continue reading
  • 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 collaboratively on a number of projects focused on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation.  Specifically, the postdoctoral researcher will work closely with Dr. Susan Lozier, the international lead for the Overturning in … Continue reading
  • Extended OSNAP overturning time series for 2014-2018
    As revealed by the first 21-month record (2014-2016) from the OSNAP array [Lozier et al. 2019], the subpolar overturning occurs primarily in the eastern subpolar region of the North Atlantic Ocean.  This finding contrasts the view of Labrador Sea variability dominating the overturning circulation variability across a range of latitudes via the southward propagation of … Continue reading

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