Data from our ARC-MO (Arctic Research Centre – Mobile Observatory at Aarhus University) units is released near real time and is not calibrated. Use of data will be at own risk. Data will be downloaded manually once a year during technical service of our units, calibrated and reported on this site. More details on the ARC-MO system can be found in: Rysgaard et al. (2022) A mobile observatory powered by sun and wind for real time measurements of atmospheric, glacial, terrestrial, limnic and coastal conditions in remote off-grid areas. HardwareX.
For further information please contact GIOS Coordinator: Professor Søren Rysgaard. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For access and log in to data from Greenland Gradient please contact GIOS Manager: Peter Schmidt Mikkelsen. E-mail: email@example.com
DTU Aquas contribution to GIOS is to establish sustained oceanographic observations from the Greenland shelf. This will be achieved by developing a national program to maintain and facilitate deployment ARGO floats as well as the development of new hybrid solutions. Via GIOS and the Danish Centre for Marine Research, Denmark is now a member of the European Infrastructure Research Consortium (ERIC) for the ARGO program (www.euro-argo.eu). The data from the oceanographic floats deployed as part of GIOS (together will all ARGO data) will be freely available from the global data acquisition centres.
https://argo.ucsd.edu/data/data-from-gdacs/ in the US or https://www.coriolis.eu.org/Observing-the-Ocean/ARGO in Europe.
First floats will be deployed in 2023 in NE Greenland. Near real time data can be visualised via the fleet monitoring tool. https://www.euro-argo.eu/Argo-Data-access.
For further information please contact : Professor Colin Stedmon. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.