The next AMT4CO2Flux cruise will be onboard the RRS Discovery
as part of voyage DY151. The ship will depart from Reykjjavik, Iceland on 14 May 2022 and then travel around the south tip of Greenland. Measurements will then be taken along the coastal areas of Nuuk and Kangerlussuaq. The scientists will then travel north of the David Strait to the ice edge and close to North America before returning to the UK on 27 June 2022.
You can see live updates from the cruise when it departs from our Twitter
See blog posts below for details of our previous expeditions as part of the AMT4OceanSatFlux project on board Atlantic Meridional Transect cruises.
15 March 2020
Ophelie Meuriot, a Research Postgraduate on the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet Doctoral Training Partnership studying...
03 December 2019
An abrupt awakening!! Cloudy skies, rain and then back into a storm. We had officially navigated out of the tropics and into the Southern Ocean...
14 November 2019
From the 4th to 9th November 2019, we passed over the equator and into the South Atlantic Gyre.
07 November 2019
After a couple of weeks of storms, the ocean has become like glass with a slow undulating ripple. The ship cuts through the oily slick effortlessly...
28 October 2019
From the 19 October 2019 we continued to steam South West navigating through waters deeper than 4500m. The journey took us parallel to the Bay of...
23 October 2019
An International consortium of 25 scientists from 11 different countries joined the Royal Research Ship (RRS) Discovery in Southampton on 10...