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.
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... "