build a comprehensive picture of the atmosphere above the North Atlantic Ocean
improving observational data sets of key components of the Arctic.
ACSIS will utilise sustained in situ ocean data collection of the highest quality
provide basin scale information on aerosol, clouds, ozone and methane.
numerical models are a tool that enable us to understand physical systems
After months of hard work, we are delighted to welcome you to the new look website - this will be the home of all things ACSIS. Our goal is to provide you with an easy way to learn about the...
The North Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study (ACSIS) was launched to the UK research community on the 7th December 2016 at the Wellcome trust in London.
The meeting was an opportunity for...
Potential links between Arctic sea ice loss and mid-latitude weather: revisiting an influential earlier study
This blog was originally posted by Len Shaffrey on the 1st of May 2017 on the...
ACSIS Flights 2017 by Alex Archibald
Lots of things are changing at the moment: Politically, socially, technologically and most importantly for scientists like us - environmentally. The change that...
Major changes are occurring across the North Atlantic. Many of the changes that scientists are observing are unprecedented, which means that we’ve never observed conditions like this before. ACSIS...
Launching 2017, the ACSIS Data portal will give you access to the latest reports, data and shared information. You can register to join it now.
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