Hello Anne Kari Øhman Meisingset!
- What is your background? I have an MSc in chemical oceanography from the University of Bergen where I studied the increase in anthropogenic CO2 in the Nordic seas and Arctic Ocean. After finishing my degree last year, I participated in an ICOS Norway project, and I have been working on getting my thesis published.
- What will you be doing in the SAS project? I will join the SAS team as a coordinator.
- What fascinates you about the Arctic? There is so many fascinating things about the Arctic, but what intrigues me the most is all the unanswered questions and the ability to be a part of a community that might answer some of them. For example, how will climate change affect the Arctic region, and how will the physical, chemical, and biological processes respond to that change? When I worked on my thesis I never really knew what to expect from my results in the Arctic Ocean since there is not many findings to compare with, and it was always exciting to dive into different theories that could explain what I found.
December 11, 2019, 14:30 – 15:30
ARCUS Community Meeting Room Monterrey II
222 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA
The Synoptic Arctic Survey (SAS) is an ongoing international
program conducting a multi-nation, oceanographic field based
effort on a Pan Arctic Scale over two years (2020-2021) during a
single season (late summer).
With this the SAS seeks to achieve the baseline understanding of
the fundamental structure and function of the linked
carbon-ecosystem-physical systems that will permit detection of
ongoing and future changes in the Arctic Ocean.
The first cruises will take place in late summer 2020. Several
cruises will also take place in 2021. Join us for an informal
update on the status of the international efforts.
All are welcome.
Øyvind Paasche (International SAS Science Steering Committee
Chair (SSC)) and Carin Ashjian (Int.’l SSC Member and Co-Chair, US SSC)
The workshop reviewed the scientific goals, planned and proposed cruises in 2020-21 and associated measurements of the SAS as well as expanding studies with the SAS Science Plan. Full report is available here.
Participants: Shigeto Nishoni, Kumiko Azetsu-Scott, Are Olsen, Jacqueline Grebmeier, Leif Anderson, Carin Ashjian, Øyvind Paasche, Kyoung-Ho Cho, Sten Åke Wängberg. Not present in picture: Bill Williams, Toby Tyrrell, Sinhue Torres-Valdes, Karen Edelvang.
The full report is available here (in Norwegian).
Participants: Vidar Lien, Amund Måge, Anders Elverhøi, Ragnhild Ingvaldsen, Øyvind Paasche, Kjetil Våge, Ilker Fer, Leif Anderson, Are Olsen, Melissa Chierici, Marianne Røgeberg, Bodil Bluhm, Nicole Aberle-Malzahn, Svein Bæra, Stein Kårtveit, Janne Søreide.
Participants: Woosok Moon, Iréne Wåhlström, Øyvind Paasche, Céline Heuzé, Johan Nilsson, Johann Wikner, Göran Bjørk, Per Pemberton, Ulf Jonsell, Christian Stranne, Leif Anderson, Are Olsen, Sten Åke Wängberg, Adam Ulfsbo.
A workshop focusing on Science Plan themes was conducted in Gothenburg. The full report is available for download.
Workshop participants. Back row: Kumiko Asetzu-Scott (Canada), Leif Anderson (Sweden), Vidar Lien (Norway), Peter Schlosser (USA), Jim Swift (USA), Øyvind Paasche (Norway), Are Olsen (Norway), Sebastian Gerland (Norway), Yiming Luo (Norway), Takashi Kikuchi (Japan), Kyoung Ho Cho (South Korea). Front row: Motoyo Itoh (Japan), Karen Edelvang (Denmark), Carin Ashjian (USA), Lise Lotte Sörensen (Denmark), Jens Hölemann (Germany) and Andrey Ye Novikhin (Russia).
Workshop participants (left to right): Georgy A. Cherkashov, Joern Thiede, Katrin Werdermann, Alexandra Wacko, U.S. Consulate representative, Martin Frank, Dirk Zierpka, Heidi Marie Kassens, Vidar Lien, Sergey Aplonov Leonid A. Timokhov, Vladislav Kuznetsov, Andrey Ye Novikhin, Akira Oshawa, Jens Hölemann, Øyvind Paasche, Bjørn Dahlbäck, Irina Makhotina, Leif Anderson, Vladimir Ivanov, Viktor Ionov, Torsten Kanzow, Are Olsen.