Research

Southern Ocean Process Study

Program Coordinators:
Robert Anderson, LamontDoherty Earth Observatory
boba@ldeo.columbia.edu

Walker Smith, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
wos@vims.edu

Principal Investigators
Implementation Plan
Cruise Reports

The U.S. JGOFS Antarctic Environment and Southern Ocean Process Study (AESOPS) began field work on August 29, 1996 and ended during April of 1998. The cruises were staged from Lyttleton, New Zealand. The Southern Ocean field program was coordinated by Antarctic Support Associates (ASA), who operated the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer, one of the two ships utilized. The Palmer is currently operated by Raytheon Polar Services.

During the second year of field work, the R/V Roger Revelle hosted the US JGOFS scientists. The Revelle's cruise schedule is maintained at The Scripps Institution of Oceanography.


Anyone wishing to use U.S. JGOFS data in a presentation, report, thesis or publication should contact the originating PI. It is expected that all customary courtesies and privileges attached to data use will be strictly honored.

Related Links

AESOPS mooring locations

Palmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program

WOCE Cruise P15S (January-March, 1996)

OSU Remote Sensing Ocean Optics (ORSOO)

SeaWiFS data access system at the Goddard DAAC

Workshop on Modeling the Southern Ocean Ecosystem   (January, 1995)

U.S. Globec Southern Ocean Web Site

The International Southern Ocean JGOFS Symposium Titles and Authors

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