Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data

O. Andersen, K. Nielsen, H. Skourup, L. Sørensen, T. Nagler, J. Vuite, A. Kouraev , E. Zakharova , D. Fernandez

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference abstract for conferenceResearchpeer-review

106 Downloads (Pure)

Abstract

The ArcFlux project aims to determining the largest component to the Arctic Freshwater budget, namely the contribution from large rivers, glaciers as well as in-out flow of freshwater through the ocean pathways. The main objectives of the project is to: Identify the major challenges associated with estimation of the Arctic Freshwater budget and Explore, develop and
validate different approaches to address the identified challenges and enhance current approaches to compute the freshwater budget in the Arctic and compute a multi-year assessment of the Arctic freshwater budget based on the developed methodology. Finally the obtained results will be evaluated and the project will develop a scientific roadmap for future research activities in this domain of estimating the FWB of the Arctic Ocean. Arcflux is supported in 2017 and 2018 within the ESA CLIC initiative which Is a part of the support to Science Elements framework.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2018
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium - , Portugal
Duration: 24 Sep 201829 Sep 2018

Conference

Conference25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium
CountryPortugal
Period24/09/201829/09/2018

Cite this

Andersen, O., Nielsen, K., Skourup, H., Sørensen, L., Nagler, T., Vuite, J., ... Fernandez, D. (2018). Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data. 213. Abstract from 25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium, Portugal.
Andersen, O. ; Nielsen, K. ; Skourup, H. ; Sørensen, L. ; Nagler, T. ; Vuite, J. ; Kouraev , A. ; Zakharova , E. ; Fernandez, D. / Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data. Abstract from 25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium, Portugal.1 p.
@conference{089aacee22424d0c9020a68f9819fca6,
title = "Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data",
abstract = "The ArcFlux project aims to determining the largest component to the Arctic Freshwater budget, namely the contribution from large rivers, glaciers as well as in-out flow of freshwater through the ocean pathways. The main objectives of the project is to: Identify the major challenges associated with estimation of the Arctic Freshwater budget and Explore, develop andvalidate different approaches to address the identified challenges and enhance current approaches to compute the freshwater budget in the Arctic and compute a multi-year assessment of the Arctic freshwater budget based on the developed methodology. Finally the obtained results will be evaluated and the project will develop a scientific roadmap for future research activities in this domain of estimating the FWB of the Arctic Ocean. Arcflux is supported in 2017 and 2018 within the ESA CLIC initiative which Is a part of the support to Science Elements framework.",
author = "O. Andersen and K. Nielsen and H. Skourup and L. S{\o}rensen and T. Nagler and J. Vuite and A. Kouraev and E. Zakharova and D. Fernandez",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
pages = "213",
note = "25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium ; Conference date: 24-09-2018 Through 29-09-2018",

}

Andersen, O, Nielsen, K, Skourup, H, Sørensen, L, Nagler, T, Vuite, J, Kouraev , A, Zakharova , E & Fernandez, D 2018, 'Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data', 25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium, Portugal, 24/09/2018 - 29/09/2018 pp. 213.

Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data. / Andersen, O.; Nielsen, K.; Skourup, H.; Sørensen, L.; Nagler, T.; Vuite, J.; Kouraev , A.; Zakharova , E.; Fernandez, D.

2018. 213 Abstract from 25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium, Portugal.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference abstract for conferenceResearchpeer-review

TY - ABST

T1 - Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data

AU - Andersen, O.

AU - Nielsen, K.

AU - Skourup, H.

AU - Sørensen, L.

AU - Nagler, T.

AU - Vuite, J.

AU - Kouraev , A.

AU - Zakharova , E.

AU - Fernandez, D.

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - The ArcFlux project aims to determining the largest component to the Arctic Freshwater budget, namely the contribution from large rivers, glaciers as well as in-out flow of freshwater through the ocean pathways. The main objectives of the project is to: Identify the major challenges associated with estimation of the Arctic Freshwater budget and Explore, develop andvalidate different approaches to address the identified challenges and enhance current approaches to compute the freshwater budget in the Arctic and compute a multi-year assessment of the Arctic freshwater budget based on the developed methodology. Finally the obtained results will be evaluated and the project will develop a scientific roadmap for future research activities in this domain of estimating the FWB of the Arctic Ocean. Arcflux is supported in 2017 and 2018 within the ESA CLIC initiative which Is a part of the support to Science Elements framework.

AB - The ArcFlux project aims to determining the largest component to the Arctic Freshwater budget, namely the contribution from large rivers, glaciers as well as in-out flow of freshwater through the ocean pathways. The main objectives of the project is to: Identify the major challenges associated with estimation of the Arctic Freshwater budget and Explore, develop andvalidate different approaches to address the identified challenges and enhance current approaches to compute the freshwater budget in the Arctic and compute a multi-year assessment of the Arctic freshwater budget based on the developed methodology. Finally the obtained results will be evaluated and the project will develop a scientific roadmap for future research activities in this domain of estimating the FWB of the Arctic Ocean. Arcflux is supported in 2017 and 2018 within the ESA CLIC initiative which Is a part of the support to Science Elements framework.

M3 - Conference abstract for conference

SP - 213

ER -

Andersen O, Nielsen K, Skourup H, Sørensen L, Nagler T, Vuite J et al. Arctic Freshwater Fluxes from Satellite Altimetry and Earth Observation Data. 2018. Abstract from 25 years of progress in radar altimetry symposium, Portugal.