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Circumpolar Flaw Lead (CFL) Photosynthesis-Irradiance Experiments

Summary

The objective of the Circumpolar Flaw Lead (CFL) project is to examine how physical changes affect biological processes within the flaw lead. The CFL system is formed when the central pack ice (which is mobile) moves away from coastal fast ice, opening a flaw lead. The CFL forms in the fall and continues as thin ice or open water throughout the winter. The flaw lead is circumpolar, with recurrent and interconnected polynyas occurring throughout the Arctic. The overarching objectives of the CFL project were to contrast the physical and biological systems of the flaw lead open water and thin ice to the adjacent landfast ice cover. The system will be studied throughout its yearly cycle, to determine the effects of global warming.

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  • 1.0 (2012-01-09)
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Spatial Type unknown
Frequency hourly
Progress completed
Language English
Grant Code ARC-0731524
ISO Topic Categories
  • climatologyMeteorologyAtmosphere
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Temporal coverage

Begin datetime 2008-06-08 00:00:00
End datetime 2008-07-04 00:00:00

Spatial coverage


Map data from IBCSO, IBCAO, and Global Topography.

Maximum (North) Latitude: 74.00, Minimum (South) Latitude: 70.00
Minimum (West) Longitude: -140.00, Maximum (East) Longitude: -125.00

Primary point of contact information

Kevin R. Arrigo <arrigo@stanford.edu>

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Citation

Example citation following ESIP guidelines:

Arrigo, K. 2012. Circumpolar Flaw Lead (CFL) Photosynthesis-Irradiance Experiments. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.5065/D6668B92. Accessed 28 Oct 2020.

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