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The US GEOTRACES Arctic Cruise left Dutch Harbor, Alaska on July 8, 2015 and returned to Dutch Harbor October 10, 2015 after completing a mission to the North Pole.

Related Publications

Charette, M.A., L.E. Kipp, L.T. Jensen, and 64 co-authors. (2020) The Transpolar Drift as a Source of Riverine and Shelf-Derived Trace Elements to the Central Arctic Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans,

Mears, C., H. Thomas, P.B. Henderson, M.A. Charette, H. MacIntyre, F. Dehairs, C. Monnin, and A. Mucci. (2020) Using 226Ra and 228Ra isotopes to distinguish water mass distribution in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Biogeosciences, 17, 4937-4959.

Kipp, L.E., P.B. Henderson, Z.A. Wang, and M.A. Charette. (2020) Deltaic and estuarine controls on Makenzie River solute fluxes to the Arctic Ocean. Estuaries and Coasts, doi:10.1007/s12237-020-00739-8.

Kipp, L.E., D.C. Kadko, R.S. Pickart, P.B. Henderson, W.S. Moore, and M.A. Charette. (2019) Shelf-basin interactions and water mass residence times in the Western Arctic Ocean: insights provided by radium isotopes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, DOI: 10.1029/2019JC014988.

Kipp, L.E., M.A. Charette, P.B. Henderson, W.S. Moore, and I. Rigor. (2018) Increased fluxes of shelf-derived materials to the central Arctic Ocean. Science Advances, 4, eaao1302.

Funding Agencies

This research was funded by the National Science Foundation

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