The cruise map shows the track of the expedition. A central part was the 3-week ice-drift, with the Oden moored to and drifting with a roughly 3-by-6 km ice floe. During the entire expedition, a multitude of observations were carried out on board the ship, while during the ice drift additional observations were taken from the ice, predominantly of parameters that are influenced by the presence of the ship.
Information brochure from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat in English and Swedish.
The Arctic Summer Cloud Ocean Study (ASCOS): overview and experimental design. M. Tjernström et al., Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2014.
Image of ship and instrument locations at the ice floe which Oden was anchored to.