NorGliders - Scientific results

Publications using NorGliders:

Kolås, E. H., Z. Koenig, I. Fer, F. Nilsen, and M. Marnela (2020)
Structure and transport of Atlantic Water north of Svalbard from observations in summer and fall 2018. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans

Bruvik, E. M., I. Fer, K. Våge, and P. M. Haugan (2020)
A revised ocean glider concept to realize Stommel's vision and supplement Argo floats. Ocean Science

Bosse, A. and I. Fer (2019)
Mean Structure and Seasonality of the Norwegian Atlantic Front Current Along the Mohn Ridge From Repeated Glider Transects. Geophysical Research Letters

Bosse, A., I. Fer, J. M. Lilly, and H. Søiland (2019)
Dynamical controls on the longevity of a non-linear vortex: The case of the Lofoten Basin Eddy. Scientific Reports

Testor, P. and 101 co-authors (2019)
OceanGliders: A Component of the Integrated GOOS. Frontiers in Marine Science

Våge, K., L. Papritz, L. Håvik, M. A. Spall, and G. W. K. Moore (2018)
Ocean convection linked to the recent ice edge retreat along east Greenland. Nature Communications

Fraser, N. J., R. Skogseth, F. Nilsen, and M. E, Inall (2018)
Circulation and exchange in a broad Arctic fjord using glider-based observations. Polar Research

Yu, L.-S., A. Bosse, I. Fer, K. A. Orvik, E. M. Bruvik, I. Hessevik, and K. Kvalsund (2017)
The Lofoten Basin eddy: Three years of evolution as observed by Seagliders. Journal of Geophysical Research

Golmen, L., K. Kvalund, and E. M. Bruvik (2014)
Forsøk med drone til miljøovervåking i innsjø. NIVA Rapport

Fer, I., A. K. Peterson, and J. E. Ullgren (2014)
Microstructure Measurements from an Underwater Glider in the Turbulent Faroe Bank Channel Overflow. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology

Two Seagliders under moonlight, ready for deployment in the Lofoten Basin. Picture courtesy of Anthony Bosse