Physical Oceanography measured on bottle water samples during ODEN expedition SO21 for the Synoptic Arctic Survey


Discrete bottle values of Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, Chlorophyll A fluorescence and Coloured Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) collected in the Arctic Ocean, over the western Eurasian Basin and Lomonosov Ridge, between 2 August and 11 September 2021, from I/B Oden. This is the Swedish contribution to the international Synoptic Arctic Survey. This dataset merges the bottle data from the full-depth physical CTD and the shallow biological CTD. Both systems had the standard SeaBird SBE911 plus system with dual sensors to measure in-situ temperature and conductivity and single sensors measuring pressure and oxygen. The physical CTD also had a CDOM sensor (Turner Cyclops fluorometer), while the Chl-A fluorometer (WET Labs, ECO-AFL/FL) was moved throughout the expedition between the two systems. Salinity, Oxygen, Chl-A fluorescence and CDOM were calibrated against sample data collected and analysed by the co-authors: - Salinity samples from the deep stations were analysed post-cruise using a salinometer (Guildline Autosal) and IAPSO standard seawater at the GEOMAR, Germany. - Dissolved oxygen was determined onboard using an automatic Winkler titration setup with UV detection (Scripps Institute of Oceanography Oxygen Titration System version 2.35m). - Chl-A concentration was determined post-cruise from flow cytometry (FCM) at Linnaeus University, Sweden. The samples consisted of 4 mL cryovials, of which 3.8 mL was sample water and 76 μL 25% EM grade glutaraldehyde solution (Glu stock). The samples incubated at room temperature for 5 minutes before flash freezing in liquid nitrogen and then placing in the -80 °C freezer in cryoboxes. - CDOM was determined post-cruise at the National Institute of Aquatic Resources - DTU Aqua, Denmark, following the method of Lawaetz and Stedmon (2009) This dataset contains the bottle data of the casts where bottles were fired. For more information about each sensor and their calibration, the reader is invited to check the cruise report (final version submitted on 20 September; shareable version with DOI coming soon)

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Creator Heuzé, Céline ORCID logo; Karam, Salar ORCID logo; Muchowski, Julia; Padilla, Alexandra; Stranne, Christian ORCID logo; Gerke, Lennart; Tanhua, Toste ORCID logo; Ulfsbo, Adam ORCID logo; Laber, Christien; Stedmon, Colin A ORCID logo
Publisher PANGAEA
Publication Year 2022
Funding Reference Danish Council for Independent Research Crossref Funder ID 9040-00266B New insights on ocean circulation and the fate of organic carbon in the Arctic Ocean; German Research Foundation Crossref Funder ID AE 93/21-1 Der arktische Ozean 2020 – Ventilationszeitskalen, anthropogener Kohlenstoff und Variabilität in einer sich verändernden Umgebung; German Research Foundation Crossref Funder ID TA 317/8-1 Der arktische Ozean 2020 – Ventilationszeitskalen, anthropogener Kohlenstoff und Variabilität in einer sich verändernden Umgebung; Hasselblad Foundation Crossref Funder ID 2019-1218 Carbon and Tracer Chemistry in the Arctic Ocean (CATCHEM); Horizon 2020 Crossref Funder ID 730965 doi:10.3030/730965 Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium: A strategy for meeting the needs for marine-based research in the Arctic (ARICE); Swedish Research Council Crossref Funder ID 2018-01398_Formas Drivers of anthropogenic changes in carbon storage and ocean acidification in the new Arctic Ocean (DRACO2); Swedish Research Council Crossref Funder ID 2018-03859_VR Why is the deep Arctic Ocean Warming?
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Resource Type Dataset
Format text/tab-separated-values
Size 49362 data points
Discipline Earth System Research
Spatial Coverage (-151.078W, 81.507S, 66.606E, 89.923N); Arctic Ocean
Temporal Coverage Begin 2021-08-02T15:17:08Z
Temporal Coverage End 2021-09-11T12:42:25Z