AMT29

13 October 2019 - 24 November 2019


After over 6 weeks at sea, the RRS Discovery docked in Punta Arenas, Chile on the 24th November and marked the end of yet another successful research cruise. The cruise supported work relating to the AMT4OceanSatFlux project and also hosted scientists from the H2020 PORTWIMS project. Data from the cruise will be analysed and a cruise report will be written in due course.
 


Latest Cruise blog

You can read the latest blogs from the AMT29 cruise on the AMT4OceanSatFlux website

 

Personnel:

 
Giorgio Dall'Olmo
Giorgio Dall'Olmo (PSO)

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Cristina Fernandez-Gonzales
Cristina Fernandez-Gonzalez

University of Vigo
Dan Ford
Dan Ford

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Jana Johansson
Jana Johansson

Stockholm University
Polina Lobanova
Polina Lobanova

St Petersburg University
Rebecca May
Rebecca May

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Ophelie Meuriot
Ophelie Meuriot

Imperial College London
Anakha Mohan
Anakha Mohan

Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO)
Francesco Nencioli
Francesco Nencioli

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Daniel Phillips
Daniel Phillips

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Caroline Sa
Carolina Sa'

University of Lisbon
Nina Schuback
Nina Schuback

Univeristy of BERN / EPFL
Guilia Sent
Giuila Sent

University of Lisbon
Bo Sha
Bo Sha

Stockholm University
Paul Strubinger
Paul Strubinger

Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO)
Glen Tarran
Glen Tarran

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Gavin Tilstone
Gavin Tilstone

Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Andreia Tracana
Andreia Tracana

University of Lisbon
Werenfrid Wimmer
Werenfrid Wimmer

University of Southampton
Wuchang Zhang
Wuchang Zhang

University of Qingdao