• A global compilation of coccolithophore calcification rates 

      Daniels, Chris J.; Poulton, Alex J.; Balch, William M; Marañon, Emilio; Adey, Tim; Bowler, Bruce C; Cermeno, Pedro; Charalampopoulou, Anastasia; Crawford, David W.; Drapeau, Dave; Feng, Yuanyuan; Fernandez, Ana; Fernandez, Emilio; Fragoso, Glaucia Moreira; Gonzalez, Natalia; Graziano, Lisa M; Heslop, Rachel; Holligan, Patrick M; Hopkins, Jason; Huete-Ortega, Maria; Hutchins, David A.; Lam, Phoebe J.; Lipsen, Michael S; Lopez-Sandoval, Daffne C; Loucaides, Socratis; Marchetti, Adrian; Mayers, Kyle; Rees, Andrew P; Sobrino, Cristina; Tynan, Eithne; Tyrrell, Toby (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The biological production of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), a process termed calcification, is a key term in the marine carbon cycle. A major planktonic group responsible for such pelagic CaCO3 production (CP) is the ...
    • Atmospheric ozone above Troll station, Antarctica observed by a ground based microwave radiometer 

      Daae, Marianne; Straub, Corinne; Espy, Patrick Joseph; Newnham, David (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This paper describes the stratospheric and mesospheric ozone profiles retrieved from spectral measurements of the 249.96 GHz O3 line, using the British Antarctic Survey's ground-based Microwave Radiometer at Troll (BAS-MRT), ...
    • Mesospheric CO above Troll station, Antarctica observed by a ground based microwave radiometer 

      Straub, Corinne; Espy, Patrick Joseph; Hibbins, Robert; Newnham, David (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This paper presents mesospheric carbon monoxide (CO) data acquired by the ground-based microwave radiometer of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS radiometer) stationed at Troll station in Antarctica (72° S, 2.5° E, 1270 m ...
    • Meteorological observations in tall masts for the mapping of atmospheric flow in Norwegian fjords 

      Furevik, Birgitte Rugaard; Agustsson, Halfdan; Borg, Anette Lauen; Zakari, Aoudou Midjiyawa; Nyhammer, Finn; Gausen, Magne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Since 2014, 11 tall meteorological masts have been erected in coastal areas of mid-Norway in order to provide observational data for a detailed description of the wind conditions at several potential fjord crossing sites. ...