To carry out the research in the CAO Programme, scientific cruises are essential to collect data on changes in the Arctic Ocean and samples for later analysis in the laboratory. The first CAO cruise took place in July/August 2017 and went to the Barents Sea. More cruises are planned for 2018 and 2019.
CAO 2019 Cruises (JR18006, JR18007)
The last cruises of the Changing Arctic Ocean programme take place in summer 2019. Two month-long cruises will visit different parts of the Arctic Ocean to collect samples. The investigators will once again be on-board the RRS James Clark Ross. Cruise JR18006 The first cruise of 2019 (JR18006) takes place in July.…
Through international collaboration with research programmes and projects organised in other countries, the Changing Arctic Ocean investigators have additional opportunities to sample in the Arctic.
CAO 2018 Cruises (JR17005, JR17006, JR17007)
In 2018, three month-long cruises will visit different parts of the Arctic to collect samples. The investigators will once again be on-board the RRS James Clark Ross.
CAO 2017 Cruise (JR16006)
This first cruise of the Programme visited the Barents Sea between 7 July and 8 August 2017. Some 20 investigators from all four large projects in the Programme sailed on board the RRS James Clark Ross…