FRAM will implement existing and next-generation sensors and observatory platforms, allowing synchronous observation of relevant ocean variables, as well as the study of physical, chemical and biological processes in the water column and at the seafloor. Experimental and event-triggered platforms will complement observational platforms. Products of the infrastructure are continuous long-term data with appropriate resolution in space and time, as well as ground-truthing information for ocean models and remote sensing.
Contact: A. Boetius, T. Kanzow
Soltwedel, T., Schauer, U., Boebel, O., Nöthig, E.-M. , Bracher, A., Metfies, K., Schewe, I., Klages, M., Boetius, A. (2013): FRAM - FRontiers in Arctic marine Monitoring: Permanent Observations in a Gateway to the Arctic Ocean. OCEANS - Bergen, 2013 MTS/IEEE. doi:10.1109/OCEANS Bergen.2013.6608008
Publications featuring scientific results from the FRAM Ocean Observing System
Conference contributions with results from the FRAM observatory
Theses written on results from FRAM observations