Belter, Hans Jakob; Hummel, Simon; Hansen, Miriam; Nicolaus, Marcel (2019): Snow height on sea ice and sea ice drift from autonomous measurements from buoy 2018S76, deployed during AKADEMIK TRYOSHNIKOV cruise TRANSDRIFT XXIV (TICE). Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, PANGAEA, https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.905725 (DOI registration in progress), In: Nicolaus, Marcel; Hoppmann, Mario; Arndt, Stefanie; Hendricks, Stefan; Katlein, Christian; König-Langlo, Gert; Nicolaus, Anja; Rossmann, Leonard; Schiller, Martin; Schwegmann, Sandra; Langevin, Danielle; Bartsch, Annekathrin (2017): Snow height and air temperature on sea ice from Snow Buoy measurements. Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.875638
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Snow height was measured by the Snow Depth Buoy 2018S76, an autonomous platform, drifting on Arctic sea ice, deployed during AKADEMIK TRYOSHNIKOV cruise TRANSDRIFT XXIV (TICE). The resulting time series describes the evolution of snow depth as a function of place and time between 15 September 2018 and 27 April 2019 in sample intervals of 1 hour. The Snow Depth Buoy consists of four independent sonar measurements representing the area (approx. 10 m**2) around the buoy. The buoy was installed on multi year ice. In addition to snow depth, geographic position (GPS), barometric pressure, air temperature, and an internal ice temperature were measured. Negative values of snow height occur if surface ablation continues into the sea ice. Thus, these measurements describe the position of the sea ice surface relative to the original snow-ice interface. Differences between single sensors indicate small-scale variability of the snow pack around the buoy. The data set has been processed, including the removal of obvious inconsistencies (missing values). Records without any snow depth may still be used for sea ice drift analyses.
Median Latitude: 84.074292 * Median Longitude: 163.660761 * South-bound Latitude: 80.697600 * West-bound Longitude: 152.999600 * North-bound Latitude: 88.070000 * East-bound Longitude: 171.829200
Date/Time Start: 2018-09-15T01:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2019-04-27T02:04:00
2018S76 * Latitude Start: 80.707600 * Longitude Start: 161.988200 * Latitude End: 88.070000 * Longitude End: 153.002200 * Date/Time Start: 2018-09-15T01:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2019-04-27T02:04:00 * Location: Arctic Ocean * Device: Buoy (BUOY) * Comment: Global Telecommunication System (GTS), WMO-ID 2501649, International Arctic Buoy Program (IABP)
|#||Name||Short Name||Unit||Principal Investigator||Method||Comment|
|4||Snow height||Snow h||m||Nicolaus, Marcel||Sensor 1|
|5||Snow height||Snow h||m||Nicolaus, Marcel||Sensor 2|
|6||Snow height||Snow h||m||Nicolaus, Marcel||Sensor 3|
|7||Snow height||Snow h||m||Nicolaus, Marcel||Sensor 4|
|8||Snow height||Snow h||m||Nicolaus, Marcel||mean|
|9||Pressure, atmospheric||PPPP||hPa||Nicolaus, Marcel|
|10||Temperature, air||TTT||°C||Nicolaus, Marcel|
|11||Temperature, technical||T tech||°C||Nicolaus, Marcel||Equipment body|
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