• Irminger Sea deep convection injects oxygen and anthropogenic carbon to the ocean interior 

      Fröb, Friederike; Olsen, A.; Våge, K.; Moore, G.W.K; Yashayaev, I. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016-10-27)
      Deep convection in the subpolar North Atlantic ventilates the ocean for atmospheric gases through the formation of deep water masses. Variability in the intensity of deep convection is believed to have caused large variations ...
    • Ocean convection linked to the recent ice edge retreat along east Greenland 

      Våge, Kjetil; Papritz, Lukas; Håvik, Lisbeth; Spall, Michael A.; Moore, George William Kent (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018-03-29)
      Warm subtropical-origin Atlantic water flows northward across the Greenland-Scotland Ridge into the Nordic Seas, where it relinquishes heat to the atmosphere and gradually transforms into dense Atlantic-origin water. ...
    • Resolving the controls of water vapour isotopes in the Atlantic sector 

      Bonne, Jean-Louis; Behrens, Melanie K.; Meyer, Hanno; Kipfstuhl, Sepp; Rabe, Benjamin; Schonicke, Lutz; Steen-Larsen, Hans Christian; Werner, Martin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-04-09)
      Stable water isotopes are employed as hydrological tracers to quantify the diverse implications of atmospheric moisture for climate. They are widely used as proxies for studying past climate changes, e.g., in isotope records ...
    • Skillful prediction of northern climate provided by the ocean 

      Årthun, Marius; Eldevik, Tor; Viste, Ellen; Drange, Helge; Furevik, Tore; Johnson, Helen L.; Keenlyside, Noel (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017-06-20)
      It is commonly understood that a potential for skillful climate prediction resides in the ocean. It nevertheless remains unresolved to what extent variable ocean heat is imprinted on the atmosphere to realize its predictive ...