Koljoefjord observatory — Coastal Circulation and Hypoxia
The Koljoefjord observatory is part of the EMSO network of ocean observatories. It was installed in April 2011 and has served for investigations of fjord system circulation, hypoxia and the carbonate system combining a variety of sensors that cover the water column. The latest upgrade of the observatory was done in June 2016. A SeaGuardII was connected to the existing sensor string and installed at the bottom replacing the previous combination of two instruments—one RDCP and one SeaGuard. One SeaGuardII is now measuring temperature, salinity, oxygen, currents and more in the entire water column. Read more here.
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