Horizon2020 INTAROS movie - Field experiment in the Arctic Ocean

The INTAROS: Integrated Arctic Observing System field experiment in 2018 was planned and led by the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center. Seventeen scientists from several countries and different generations participated in this cruise deploying instruments to measure oceanic, atmospheric and geophysical parameters in The Fram Strait and north of Svalbard. In this film you will hear directly from the individual scientists what they did and what scientific questions they aim to address - ranging from the very specific questions to the overarching climate change questions. The films demonstrates how field experiments are an important mechanism for transfer of scientific and technological knowledge between generations of scientists. The film is produced for the INTAROS and UAK: Useful Arctic Knowledge projects by Håvard Sagen, a student at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU, who participated in the  field experiment to document the activities onboard.