Extended Ellett Line Project

The Extended Ellett Line is a project to measure and understand the ocean to the west of the UK. We are looking at how and why the currents, temperature and salinity have changed over the past few decades. We also investigate the impact those changes have on climate and ecosystems.

The Extended Ellett Line Project is jointly run by the National Oceanography Centre and SAMS, and is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council.

Project Information

How and why does the North Atlantic subpolar gyre change over time?

Fieldwork

How do we collect data from the ocean?

Opportunities and Collaboration

Making the most of data and shiptime.            

 

Publications

Recent publications from the Extended Ellett Line.

Research and Impact

Latest results and findings, and the benefits they bring.

 

People

Find out about the people who work on the EllettLine project.

 


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