[{"title":"Weather data from the MISU weather station during the Arctic Ocean 2016 expedition","summary":"Measurements of near-surface wind speed and direction, temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, shortwave and longwave downwelling radiation, and surface temperature (determined from infrared measurement) from the central Arctic Ocean in August and September 2016.\u00a0\r\n\r\nThe dataset provides rare high quality meteorological observations from sea-ice regions of the Arctic Ocean. They enable analysis of meteorological conditions and provide context for other measurements and analysis associated with the expedition.\u00a0\r\n\r\nMeasurements are from the MISU weather station installed on Icebreaker Oden\u2019s 7th deck at 25 m above sea level during the Arctic Ocean 2016 (AO2016) expedition to the Arctic Ocean. Additional measurements of temperature and humidity were also made on Oden\u2019s foremast at 20 m above sea level.","citations":"","comments":"The main components of the MISU weather station (Gill 2D sonic anemometer, Rotronic aspirated TRH, Vaisala PTU pressure sensor, Eppley PIR and PSP downwelling radiation sensors) were mounted mid-ship on the 7th deck forward railing. Two Heitronics KT15.IIp infrared sensors for measurement of surface temperature (managed by University of Leeds) were mounted separately on the 7th deck, to enable measurement of the sea\/ice surface to beam of the ship. An additional aspirated TRH sensor (Uni. of Leeds) was mounted at the top of Oden\u2019s foremast.\r\n\r\n\r\nWinds are measured relative to the ship. The ship acts to distort the wind speed and direction, increasingly so for winds away from bow-on. A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model of airflow over Oden is used to correct the measured winds for wind directions within 110\u00b0 of bow on. Due to the significant distortion at the site of the weather station, weather station winds should be treated with caution for wind directions more than 60\u00b0 from bow on. The ship-relative winds and navigation data are also used to derive \u2018true\u2019 wind speed and direction.\r\n\r\n\r\nDownwelling radiation sensors were subject to icing during the expedition. Ice was removed with regular cleaning. Clear-sky radiation determined from radiosonde measurements and RRTM simulations was used to provide further quality control. A flag is provided to indicate when solar radiation may be affected by shading from the ship superstructure.\r\n\r\n\r\nData from the system are combined into a cruise-length file. The data are time-averaged to both 1-minute and 30-minute intervals, to correspond with the micrometeorological averaging periods used for the mast sensors. \r\n\r\n\r\nMore information about the Canadian-Swedish Arctic Ocean 2016 expedition is available from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat.\n\n\nVersion history\r\nVersion 2.0\r\nInitial release. Also known as version 2.1.\r\n\r\nVersion 1.0\r\nNot published.","category":"Atmosphere","subcategory":"Weather observations","keywords":"Weather station; Meteorology; Arctic boundary layer; Arctic clouds; High Arctic; Arctic Ocean 2016; AO2016; AO16; ACAS; Oden","scientist":"John Prytherch, Michael Tjernstr\u00f6m","firstname":"John","lastname":"Prytherch","address":"Department of Meteorology (MISU); Stockholm University","postalcode":"SE-106 91","city":"Stockholm","province":"","country":"Sweden","parameters":"Earth science > Atmosphere","location":"Ocean > Arctic Ocean","progress":"Completed","language":"English","project":"Arctic Ocean 2016 expedition. These data were processed as part of the Arctic Climate Across Scales (ACAS) project, funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. Project PI Michael Tjernstr\u00f6m (MISU).","publisher":"Bolin Centre Database","version":"2.0","constrains":"None","access":"Free"}]