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Farewell to the RRS James Clark Ross

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RRS James Clark Ross. Photograph by C Gilbert, BAS
Some of the AMT4OceanSatFlux team were on board the recently-retired RRS James Clark Ross for the last time to unload scientific equipment.

Watch below for a glimpse into the vessel that has played a crucial role in marine research for three decades. The RRS James Clark Ross has taken scientists along the length of the Altantic for 20 of the 29 Atlantic Meridional Transect expeditions, starting with the first cruise in 1995. It has provided an unrivalled data set that enables us see long-term trends and changes in the Atlantic Ocean.


 

See also the report from Falkland Islands TV when the RRS James Clark Ross left the Falkland for the last time.