North Pole Weather Data from 2007 Deployment

Weather data plot
Ice-temperature plot
Map of station drift

Weather plot: This plot presents incoming short-wave solar radiation measured by one of the radiometer buoys, along with air temperature, air pressure, and winds measured by the meteorological station.

Download preliminary data: 22206_plot.wx    20726_tenmin.rad (click for header information)

Weather plot of incoming short-wave solar radiation

Latest data (updated approximately weekly)     

Ice-temperature plot: Plots of air, ice, and ocean temperature as measured by Mass Balance buoys developed by CRREL. The buoys at the Borneo site were funded through PMEL.

The radiometer buoy tilted 53 degrees on July 30, and the through-ice thermistors slid down on the CRREL buoy (seen in graphic below). The radiometer records actually look like the instruments were tilted a bit before that, but the tilt sensor was still reasonable until the 30th-31st.

The floe has melted out or broken up (December 2, 2007).

Download preliminary data: 09114.cplot (click for header information)

CRREL plot of air, ice, and  ocean temperature

Latest data (updated approximately weekly)     

Map of station drift: Drift of the North Pole station since its deployment in April 2007. Station locations are obtained from the ARGOS system.

North Pole Station drift

Latest data (updated approximately weekly)     

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