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Observation of proton aurora on the dayside with use of spectrometer operated simultaneous in Longyearbyen and Ny-Ålesund. Absolute calibration of the instrument located at The Sverdrupstation were performed in the period 9-13 January 2003.
The general objective of the project is to increase the understanding of the Mercury Depletion Events occuring at Arctic sunrise and to quantify the input of mercury to polar ecosystems during this events.
Monitoring solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling processes from the aurora.
The general objective of the proposed project is to increase the understanding of the Mercury Depetion Events occoring in the Arctic sunrise and quntify the input of mercury to polar ecosystems during this events.
Permanent monitoring of basic climate data for the purpose of better understanding the Arctic climate processes and detecting trends.