EuroGO-SHIP Newsletter 4

Newsletter April 2024 | Volume 4 In this edition: Letter from the Coordinator EuroGO-SHIP Voices: A New Success Story First Factsheet Notable News Outreach Activities Upcoming Events The three-year HORIZON EUROPE EuroGO-SHIP seeks to enable the European community conducting ship-based hydrographic observations at sea to provide higher quality and more sustainable data flows to a broad range of end …

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The Influence of Research CTDs on Ocean Forecasts

Following are two examples of real-time CTD collection from the Southern Ocean south of South Africa (in the global model domain), and the north-east Atlantic (in the AMM15, European Northwest Shelf, domain). Both areas are poorly observed with respect to in-situ temperature and salinity profiles. Example One: Sir David Attenborough cruise in the Weddell Sea, …

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Using Real-time CTD data from Research Vessels to Improve Ocean and Weather Forecasts

A EuroGO-SHIP Success Story By Fiona Carse, Met Office | March 26, 2024Contributions by Tim Smyth (Plymouth Marine Lab) and Matthew Martin (Met Office) From sea surface to seabed, vessels on GO-SHIP research cruises provide the most accurately calibrated and quality-controlled measurements of the ocean’s physical and biogeochemical properties in the world. These datasets are …

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