Meeting postponed to 28-30 September 2020
ASOF is an international program on the oceanography of the Arctic and Subarctic seas and their role in climate. ASOF focuses on ocean fluxes of mass, heat, freshwater, and ice in the Arctic and Subarctic oceans.
The program was established in 2000 and the first phase from 2000 – 2008 coordinated novel measurements in novel places in order to produce a baseline freshwater flux budget for Arctic inflows and outflows. ASOF has been sponsored by 16 agencies and institutes in 7 countries in the past. Currently, AWI is supporting ASOF II.
The yearly ASOF meeting 2020 will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland, from 6 – 8 April 2020, kindly hosted by Héðinn Valdimarsson from the Marine and Freshwater Research Institute.
Attending from the Changing Arctic Ocean:
- Michael Karcher, Eco-Light and APEAR projects, also the ASOF Science Coordinator