AMT2

The AMT2 cruise took place between 22 April and 28 May 1996, when the RRS James Clark Ross sailed from the Falkland Islands to the UK.  The Principal Scientist was David Robins from the Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

The primary objective of the second AMT cruise was to investigate biological processes in the open Atlantic Ocean over very broad spatial scales. Specific objectives included:


Personnel:

Name

Institute

Bale, Anthony Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Doyle, John JRC, Italy
Fuller, Nick University of Warwick, UK
Gallienne, Chris Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Holligan, Patrick Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK
Marañón, Emilio Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK
Moore, Gerald Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Pomroy, Alan Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Reeder, Gavin University of Reading, UK
Rees, Nigel Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Robins, David (Principal Scientist) Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Westbrook, Guy Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK