The Ross Sea is one of the most active sectors for Southern Ocean and Antarctic research, and forms a natural region for a working group. The Ross Sea WG will assist delivery of coordinated and, where possible, standardised observations of essential physical, chemical and biological variables in the Ross Sea in support of SOOS.
If you are interested to keep informed of the upcoming activities of this group, please contact Mike Williams or Walker Smith.
Information coming soon...
The Ross Sea WG will fulfil the following key objectives over the next 5 years:
This WG is open to all interested participants, please contact the Co-Chairs if you wish to be involved. This working group is currently building membership
|2018-2020||Southern Ocean Nanoplankton Response to CO2 (SONAR-CO2)||A.S. Rigual Hernandez|
|2016-2020||Marine Ross Sea Observatory (MORSea)||G. Budillon|
|2014-2017||Polyna's, Ice Production and Seasonal Evolution in the Ross Sea (PIPERS)||S. Ackley|
|2010-2013||Terra Nova Bay Research Experiment (T-REx)||G. Budillon|
|Observing the Ross Sea||11-09-2017||Shanghai, China|