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Scientists working on ship deck

From the doldrums to the South Atlantic deep

14 November 2019

From the 4th to 9th November 2019, we passed over the equator and into the South Atlantic Gyre.
Optics rig being launched off the side of the ship

Quantifying carbon in the dust bowl of the Atlantic Ocean

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...
CTD deployment

The Azores, in the mixer and the Big Blue

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...
Discovery in port

Starter for 10 and the Eye of the Storm

23 October 2019

An International consortium of 25 scientists from 11 different countries joined the Royal Research Ship (RRS) Discovery in Southampton on 10...
Global map of CO2 flux

Upgraded toolbox for air-sea gas flux analyses

16 August 2019

An upgraded version of the FluxEngine toolbox has been released that allows users to easily perform calculations of air-sea gas fluxes from model...
Bob Brewin and Instrumentation

Up and running - a blog post by Dr Gavin Tilstone

31 October 2018

The Atlantic Meridional Transect Ocean CO2 flux from satellite campaign (AMT28) has been at sea for over 2 weeks now on the Royal Research Ship...
Georgio Dall'olmo watching optics rig being lifted out of the water

Campaign underway to measure carbon dioxide flux in the Atlantic Ocean

15 October 2018

A group of scientists are currently travelling the length of the Atlantic as part of an exciting new project to measure the flux of carbon dioxide ...