[{"title":"Chemical data of depth profiles of stations in international water collected during the SWERUS-C3 Arctic expedition","summary":"Depth profiles of data from water samples collected by a rosette-CTD system in international waters during the second leg of the expedition SWERUS-C3. Noted are the CTD pressure, temperature and salinity at the tripping of the bottles, together with the following data from the analysis of the collected water: Salinity, oxygen, phosphate, nitrate, silicate, total alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon and pH.","citations":"Anderson, L.G., G. Bj\u00f6rk, O. Holby, S. Jutterstr\u00f6m, M. O\u2019Regan, C. Pearce, I. Semiletov, C. Stranne, T. St\u00f6ven, T. Tanhua, A. Ulfsbo, M. Jakobsson. (2017). Shelf \u2013Basin interaction along the Laptev \u2013 East Siberian Sea. Ocean Science, 13, 349-363, doi:10.5194\/os-13-349-2017\r\n\r\nAnderson, L.G., J. Ek, Y. Ericson, C. Humborg, I. Semiletov, M. Sundbom, A. Ulfsbo. (2017). Export of calcium carbonate corrosive waters from the East Siberian Sea. Biogeosciences, 14, 1811-1823, doi:10.5194\/bg-14-1811-2017\r\n\r\nBj\u00f6rk, G., M. Jakobsson, L.G. Anderson, J. Nilsson, C. Stranne, K. Assmann, L. Mayer. (2018). Bathymetry and oceanic flow structure at two deep channels crossing the Lomonosov Ridge. Ocean Science, 14, 1\u201313, doi:10.5194\/os-14-1-2018","comments":"Leif G. Anderson is PI of the chemical data.","category":"Marine","subcategory":"Marine chemistry","keywords":"Arctic Ocean; Hydrography; Nutrients; Carbon system","scientist":"Leif G. Anderson","firstname":"Leif","lastname":"Anderson","address":"Department of Marine Sciences, \r\nUniversity of Gothenburg, \r\nBox 461","postalcode":"SE-40530","city":"Gothenburg","province":"","country":"Sweden","parameters":"Earth science > Oceans > Ocean chemistry","location":"Ocean > Arctic Ocean","progress":"Completed","language":"English","project":"These data are collected within the SWERUS-C3 project supported by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation as well as the project \u201cSources and sinks of carbon dioxide in a changing Arctic Ocean and their impact on ocean acidification\u201d supported by the Swedish Research Council. The latter project aims at increasing our understanding of the feedbacks among the physical and biogeochemical components of the Arctic Ocean carbon system, which comprise the assessment of carbon transformation on the large shelf areas and the exchange with the deep central basins, as well as likely changes in the effect on vertical carbon flux by export of marine produced organic matter to the deep central Arctic Ocean when the sea ice coverage is absent during the productive summer season. ","publisher":"Bolin Centre Database","version":"1.0","constrains":"None","access":"Free"}]