Arctic Research Directory

ID-394 :   Arctic storms and water circulation over the Norwegian Sea



Research/Observation Title

Arctic storms and water circulation over the Norwegian Sea

Research/Observation Purpose

An X-band vertical pointing Doppler radar and microwave radio meter were set up and collected data at the Bear Island Meteorological Station.

Science Summary (common)

1) Interactions between Arctic aerosols, ozone and clouds and their impaction for the climate change. 2)Material variations in the Arctic troposphere and stratosphere and their impaction for the climate. 3)Studies on polar low and water circulation on Norwegian Sea.

Planning Period

Planning Start Year 1999 〜 Planning End Year 2001

Principal Investigator

1),2) Takashi YAMANOUCHI, 3) Hiroshi UYEDA
1),2) National Institute of Polar Research, 3)Graduate school of science, Hokkaido University
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 1999-10-01 〜 2000-06-30


Atmospheric Science


RollContact PersonNameYoshio ASUMAAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Hokkaido
RollContact PersonNameM. KAJIKAWAAffiliationAkita Univ.
RollContact PersonNameT. HAYASAKAAffiliationTohoku Univ.

Research/Observation Methods

Bear Island Meteorological Station

Research/Observation Period

1999-10-01 〜 2000-06-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Bear Island, Norway Latitude [degree]: 74.461114 Longitude [degree]: 19.112018
Data Registration
06:40 on Thu March 19, 2020
Last Update
07:29 on Thu March 19, 2020