Bornemann, Horst; Bester, Marthán Nieuwoudt; de Bruyn, P J Nico; Márquez, María Elba Isabel; McIntyre, Trevor; Plötz, Joachim; Schröder, Michael; Tosh, Cheryl Ann (2015): Ocean temperature and salinity measured by CTD SRDLs deployed on southern elephant seals from King George Island with links to datasets. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.150009, Supplement to: Zhang, Xiyue; Thompson, Andrew F; Flexas, Mar M; Roquet, Fabien; Bornemann, Horst (2016): Circulation and meltwater distribution in the Bellingshausen Sea: From shelf break to coast. Geophysical Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GL068998
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West Antarctic ice shelves have thinned dramatically over recent decades. Oceanographic measurements that explore connections between offshore warming and transport across a continental shelf with variable bathymetry toward ice shelves are needed to constrain future changes in melt rates. Six years of seal-acquired observations provide extensive hydrographic coverage in the Bellingshausen Sea, where ship-based measurements are scarce. Warm but modified Circumpolar Deep Water floods the shelf and establishes a cyclonic circulation within the Belgica Trough with flow extending toward the coast along the eastern boundaries and returning to the shelf break along western boundaries. These boundary currents are the primary water mass pathways that carry heat toward the coast and advect ice shelf meltwater offshore. The modified Circumpolar Deep Water and meltwater mixtures shoal and thin as they approach the continental slope before flowing westward at the shelf break, suggesting the presence of the Antarctic Slope Current. Constraining meltwater pathways is a key step in monitoring the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Treasure, Anne M; Roquet, Fabien; Ansorge, Isabelle J; Bester, Marthán Nieuwoudt; Boehme, Lars; Bornemann, Horst; Charrassin, Jean-Benoît; Chevallier, Damien; Costa, Daniel P; Fedak, Mike A; Guinet, Christophe; Hammill, Mike O; Harcourt, Robert; Hindell, Mark A; Kovacs, Kit Maureen; Lea, Mary-Anne; Lovell, Phil; Lowther, Andrew D; Lydersen, Christian; McIntyre, Trevor; McMahon, Clive R; Muelbert, Monica C; Nicholls, Keith W; Picard, Baptiste; Reverdin, Gilles; Trites, Andrew W; Williams, Guy; de Bruyn, P J Nico (2017): Marine mammals exploring the oceans pole to pole: A review of the MEOP Consortium. Oceanography, 30(2), 132-138, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2017.234
Median Latitude: -61.904820 * Median Longitude: -56.618128 * South-bound Latitude: -73.461000 * West-bound Longitude: -114.549000 * North-bound Latitude: -54.252000 * East-bound Longitude: -36.624000
Date/Time Start: 2010-03-18T15:45:00 * Date/Time End: 2014-05-29T06:24:58
CAR2013_sel_a_m_03 * Latitude Start: -62.261000 * Longitude Start: -58.598000 * Latitude End: -61.529000 * Longitude End: -52.401000 * Date/Time Start: 2013-09-26T16:04:00 * Date/Time End: 2014-01-26T14:08:57 * Location: Southern Ocean - Atlantic Sector * Campaign: CAR2013 * Basis: Carlini/Jubany Station * Method/Device: Marine endotherm (MET) * Comment: Mirounga leonina, adult male
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CAR2013_sel_a_m_08 * Latitude Start: -62.261000 * Longitude Start: -58.598000 * Latitude End: -62.261000 * Longitude End: -58.647000 * Date/Time Start: 2013-10-02T20:38:00 * Date/Time End: 2014-05-10T18:07:35 * Location: Southern Ocean - Atlantic Sector * Campaign: CAR2013 * Basis: Carlini/Jubany Station * Method/Device: Marine endotherm (MET) * Comment: Mirounga leonina, adult male
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