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Beaufort Gyre Expedition

Dates: 1-31 August 2005

Scientists from the United States, Canada, and Japan studying arctic climate change will set out August 1st for a month-long expedition to the Beaufort Sea aboard the Canadian icebreaker Louis S. St-Laurent. They will use an array of newly-developed instruments to measure the environment above, below, and within the floating icepack.

Join the research team on the ice and aboard the icebreaker through the expedition website. The site features project and instrument descriptions, a history of the exploration of the Beaufort Gyre, and dispatches and photos updated from the field.

Click here to learn more about the expedition.

Click here to follow the daily dispatches from the research team and email questions for the scientists.

For further information, please contact:
Chris Linder, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
E-mail: clinder@whoi.edu
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