Spring 2023: The 3rd complete occupation of US GO-SHIP A16N from 6.0S to 63.1N is underway. The science party met the NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown docked in Suape Brazil at the beginning of March. Instrumentation was unpacked and set up in the onboard lab spaces where work will ensue for the next 4 weeks as Leg 1 crosses the equator on a meridional track at abut 25W. After a stop in Rota Spain, Leg 2 personnel will take over and continue the effort for another 3.5 weeks. The cruise will end in Reykjvik, Iceland. Please find the clickable weekly reports below.
Cruise blog: Remember that you can also follow the expedition through our participant-led GO-SHIP/GO-BGC cruise blog!