The Kögur project sets out to advance our knowledge of the upstream circulation in the Denmark Strait by quantifying all of the pathways of overflow water using moorings and ship-board measurements.
CTD data for 111 occupations of the Latrabjarg line across Denmark Strait
This includes the original station data and gridded sections of hydrographic variables.
See Mastropole et al. (2016) Journal of Geophysical Research, 122, 306-321, doi:10.1002/2016JCO120071.
Timeseries of gridded vertical sections of hydrographic
variables and velocity from the Kogur mooring array.
See Harden et al. (2016) Deep-Sea Research I, 112, 94-112.
"On 26 July, 2012 the northbound British Royal Research Ship James Clark Ross left Reykjavik, Iceland for a thirty-day expedition along the East Greenland Coast to the High-Arctic island of Spitsbergen..."
"For the first time ever, we will lay a string of instruments across the entire Denmark Strait. These will remain in the water for a full year gathering new data to answer long-delayed questions... "