[{"@context":"http:\/\/schema.org\/","@type":"Dataset","name":"Data from expedition Ryder, off North Greenland, 2019","description":"The Ryder 2019 Expedition was carried out during summer 2019 in the Arctic Ocean off Northwest Greenland. The main target was Sherard Osborn Fjord where Ryder Glacier drains the northwestern sector of Northern Greenland Ice Sheet. Included in the expedition survey areas were also Petermann Fjord and adjacent Hall Basin, northern parts of Nares Strait and an area northeast of Ellesmere Island in the Lincoln Sea.\r\n\r\nWith the Swedish icebreaker Oden serving as the research platform, a range of scientific investigations were made. The main scientific goal was to increase our knowledge on the marine cryosphere and ecosystem of Northwest Greenland, specifically changes caused by a warming climate, including the contribution from a retreating Greenland Ice Sheet to sea-level rise. Data types included in the database are high-resolution multibeam bathymetry, oceanographic data and meteorological observation data.\r\n\r\nThis was an Explorers Club Flag Expedition carrying Flag #51. It started and ended in US Air Force Base Thule, Northwest Greenland, and lasted from August 5 to September 11, 2019.","url":"http:\/\/bolin.su.se\/data\/?n=ryder-2019-expedition","keywords":["Marine","Expedition","Icebreaker Oden","Arctic Ocean","Bathymetry","Multibeam","Oceanography","Meteorology","Earth science > Oceans"],"creator":{"@type":"Person","name":"Martin Jakobsson, Larry Mayer, Ryder 2019 Scientific Party"},"citation":"Jakobsson , M., L. A. Mayer, J. Farrell, and Ryder 2019 Scientific Party (2020). SWEDARCTIC-Ryder 2019 Report, 1-455 pp, Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, ISBN 978-91-519-5132-4.","includedInDataCatalog":{"@type":"DataCatalog","name":"Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University","identifier":"http:\/\/bolin.su.se\/data\/","url":"http:\/\/bolin.su.se\/data\/"},"distribution":null,"temporalCoverage":"2019-08-05\/2019-08-05"}]