AMT7

AMT7 left the UK on 14 September 1998 and arrived in the Falkland Islands on 25 October 1998.  The ship called at Lisbon as part of Expo 98, at Dakar for two scientists to disembark and in Montevideo where the majority of scientists left the ship.

The principal scientist was Jim Aiken from the Plymouth Marine Laboratory on the Portsmouth to Montevideo leg and Nigel Rees from the Plymouth Marine Laboratory from Montevideo to Stanley.


Personnel:

Name

Institute

Aiken, Jim Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Brown, Jim University of Miami, USA
Creamer, Tony NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Dempsey, Cyril Satlantic Inc., Canada
Donlon, Craig JRC, Italy
Dransfield, Leonie Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK
Gallienne, Chris Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Hooker, Stan NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre, USA
Kettle, Jamie Max Planck Institute, Germany
Lefevre, Nathalie Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Lucas, Mike University of Cape Town, South Africa
Medina-Ruiz, German Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Nightingale, Tim Rutherton Appleton Laboratory, UK
Poulton, Alex Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK
Rees, Nigel Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Rhee, Taehsiek Max Planck Institute, Germany
Suggett, David Southampton Oceanography Centre, Uk