Ocean Science Bar: Crisscrossing one of the world’s strongest ocean currents with Statsraad Lehmkuhl
At this Ocean Science Bar, we will reveal captivating moments and groundbreaking findings, offering a glimpse into oceanography's thrilling world.
The Nansen Center together with the European Space Agency organized the leg from Maputo (Mozambique) to Cape Town (South Africa) as part of the One Ocean Circumnavigation with Statsraad Lehmkuhl. We brought with us sixty students who gathered and analyzed data from a variety of instruments onboard as well as from satellites.
Crisscrossing the Agulhas, one of the strongest currents in the world, we explored its tremendous impact on air-sea interaction, climate, and marine life in this part of the World.
At the Ocean Science Bar, we will reveal captivating moments and groundbreaking findings, offering a glimpse into oceanography's thrilling world. Don't miss this unique opportunity to be part of our adventure - mark your calendars and join us for an unforgettable journey!
Ocean Science Bar is a collaboration between Statsraad Lehmkuhl, the University of Bergen, the Institute of Marine Research, NORCE, and the Nansen Center. We will present popular highlights from our research, discuss current issues related to the ocean and marine research, and provide a social meeting point for researchers and others interested in the ocean.