21 September 2014 - 06 November 2014
Immingham, UK - Punta Arenas
The twenty-fourth research cruise in the Atlantic Meridional Transect series, between the UK and the Falkland Islands, and funded by NERC National Capability, has been successfully completed. AMT24 set sail from Immingham on 22nd September aboard the British Antarctic Survey vessel James Clark Ross, and arrived in Stanley on 2nd November 2014.
The highlights of the cruise are as follows:
The image above shows the route taken by the cruise including sampling at the North and South Atlantic Gyre. The yellow points are stations, red points are Met Office floats, green points are PML bio-Argo floats and the ‘M’ symbol is a mooring.
Giorgio D'all Olmo
U.Oxford / NOC
NOC / U Soton
U Soton / NOC
U Warwick / NOC
Rafael Jose Rasse Boada
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands - Southampton, UK
Southampton, UK - Punta Arenas, Chile
Harwich, Essex - Falklands
Hosted at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council.