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Svalbard Fjords Fast Ice Persistence

Mikhail Itkin
The product represents the length of the uninterrupted period (in days) where the fast ice stayed given it was present on the 1st of April. Origin of the data is MET Norway ice charts. The spatial resolution is 100 meters​.

N-ICE2015 particulate matter absorption spectra

Hanna Kauko, Alexey Pavlov, Elina Nystedt & Mats A. Granskog
Particulate absorption in seawater and sea ice. Samples filtered onto 0.7 glassfiber filters. Filters were measured between 240 and 800 nm with a Shimadzu UV-2450 dual-beam spectrophotometer with a Shimadzu ISR-2200 integrating sphere. Measurement was made before and after bleaching of pigments with 400 µl of sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) solution with 1 % active chlorine for 10 minutes. Additional 20 minutes was used if the first bleaching was not complete. Filters were rinsed with artificial...

N-ICE2015 colored dissolved organic matter absorption spectra

Alexey Pavlov, Hanna Kauko, Colin Stedmon & Mats Granskog
Colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) absorption in seawater and sea ice. Samples filtered through 0.2 micron membrane filter. Absorbance was measured with Shimadzu UV-2401 PC spectrophotometer and 50 or 100 mm quartz cells in the wavelength range 240 to 700 nm. Absorbance was converted to absorption coefficient based on cell length. A baseline correction was applied.

N-ICE2015 total absorption profiles from water column

Alexey Pavlov, Torbjørn Taskjelle, Stephen R. Hudson, Børge Hamre & Mats A. Granskog
Profiles of total absorption coefficient of sea water at 440 nm with Hobilabs a-Sphere integrating sphere instrument (excluding pure water absorption). Taken coincident with SBE19+ and ISUS (nitrate sensor) profiles. AC-9 profiles were taken right after a-Sphere profiles were completed. In situ profiles of optical properties were made from a heated tent at the ice camp several hundred meters away from the ship.

N-ICE2015 atmospheric profiles from radiosondes

Stephen R. Hudson, Lana Cohen, Markus Kayser, Maturilli Maturilli, Joo-Hong Kim, Sang-Jong Park, Woosok Moon & Mats A. Granskog
Atmospheric profiles of temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction from radiosondes released from the ship. A total of 258 radiosonde launches were conducted during the N-ICE 2015 cruise from January 12th to June 22nd. Sondes were launched two times a day around 0 UTC and 12 UTC.

The idealized Weddell Sea continental shelf model

Kjersti Daae, Tore Hattermann, Elin Darelius, Ilker Fer, Bjerknes Centre For Climate Research, University Of Bergen Geophysical Institute & Trømsø Akvaplan-Niva
Regional Ocean Model System (ROMS) netCDF format. Technical details: Production machine: Cray XE6 in Bergen (hexagon). Model source: ROMS version 3.6. Model domain: 1500km x 500km. Horizontal resolution: 1500 X 1500 m. Vertical resolution: 30 terrain-following layers with enhanced resolution near the surface and near the sea bed. The layer thickness varies from less than 3 m in the surface layer over the continental shelf up to 110 m in the deep ocean interior. Output...

N-ICE2015 phytoplankton and ice algae taxonomy and abundance

Lasse Mork Olsen, Philipp Assmy, Pedro Duarte, Samuel R. Laney, Mar Fernández-Méndez, Hanna Kauko, CJ Mundy, Jago Wallenschus & Anette Wold

N-ICE2015 sea ice biogeochemistry

Philipp Assmy, Pedro Duarte, Jens Dujardin, Mar Fernández-Méndez, Agneta Fransson, Robert Hodgson, Hanna Kauko, Svein Kristiansen, CJ Mundy, Lasse Mork Olsen, Marthe Sandbu, Jago Wallenschus & Anette Wold
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N-ICE2015 ship radar images

Jari Haapala, Annu Oikkonen, Andrea Gierisch, Polona Itkin, Marcel Nicolaus, Gunnar Spreen, Caixin Wang, Juha Karvonen & Mikko Lensu
The dataset contains ship radar images with 1 min interval. Images cover the area of 15 * 15 km with nominal resolution of 12.5 m. The bow of the ship is always pointing to left. The images have been recorded with an independent radar server, developed by Image Soft Ltd. On the server, images have been pre-processed by temporal median filtering of 15-20 s. The image capturing is described in detail in Karvonen, 2016. Karvonen,...

Level of Living EU-SILC 2016

Statistics Norway
Statistics Norway have carried out "Level of Living"-surveys since 1973, and from 1996 surveys have been carried out annually. In 2011 the national Level of Living-survey was coordinated with the EU-prescribed survey "Survey on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC)". The Level of Living-survey EU-SILC covers a broad area concerning living conditions, as well as themes that rotate with a cycle of three years. During a cycle of three years living conditions such as economy, housing...

Ice thickness, snow thickness, and freeboard from thickness drillings during N-ICE2015

Anja Rösel & Jennifer King
Sea ice, snow depth, freeboard, and total thickness (ice + snow) measurements from 2" drillholes or ice core holes during the N-ICE2015 expedition. EM31 conductivity value for EM31 calibration are included where available.

Spectral solar transmittance measurements below ponded Arctic sea ice during the ICE12 drift

Torbjørn Taskjelle, Stephen R. Hudson, Mats A. Granskog, Jens K. Ehn, Haakon Hop, Rupert Krapp, Peter Leopold, Michael Tessmann & Jago Wallenschus
Incident and transmitted spectral irradiance from transects on ponded first year ice during the ICE12 expedition with RV Lance in 2012. Under ice irradiance was measured approximately every 1m along three different transects, incident surface irradiance was measured concurrently at a fixed location near the start of the transect. After irradiance measurements, ice thickness, freeboard and pond depth was measured every 1m along the transect.

Gender of Children, Education anad Occupational Choice in Nepal, 2013

Magnus Hatlebakk
In rural Nepal households appear to have a target of at least two boys with the expectation being that at least one boy may get a good education and either a high income, temporary job abroad, or a permanent job at home. In the project we want to test this hypothesis. If the hypothesis is correct, then we shall first expect that for otherwise similar households, meaning that we control for assumingly important household characteristics,...

Labour Force Survey 2016, 2nd Quarter, Ad Hoc Module on Disabled People

Statistics Norway
Labour Force Survey 2016, 2nd Quarter, Ad Hoc Module on Disabled People The data set related to "Labour Force Survey 2016, 2nd Quarter, Ad Hoc Module on Disabled People" is from an ad hoc module to the Labour Force Survey (AKU) of the 2nd quarter of 2016, and regards the situation of disabled persons on the labour market. Similar surveys have been conducted annually since 2002. The background for the surveys is that the authorities...

Norwegian Citizen Panel Wave 4, 2015

Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, Mette Andersson, Sveinung Arnesen, Gisela Böhm, Dag Elgesem, Odd Gåsdal, Kristin Strømsnes, Endre Tvinnereim & Jacob Aars
The Norwegian Citizen Panel is a platform for internet surveys of public opinion in important areas of society and politics in Norway. Participants are randomly recruited from the Norwegian population register, and they are encouraged to participate over time. The panel was fielded for the first time the fall of 2013 and the survey is carried out twice a year. The University of Bergen owns and is responsible for the Citizen panel. The company ideas...

Follow-up of the Studiebarometeret 2015 - More Questions About the Students' Time Usage

Norwegian Agency For Quality Assurance In Education
The purpose of this study was to gather more information about the students' time usage on both academic and non-academic activities. A questionnaire was sent to 7130 of the students that participated in "NOKUT National Student Survey, 2015", and that were willing to answer more questions in the future. The questionnaire included questions on academic time usage and students satisfaction with the demands and expectations they met in their study program. Data are freely available...

Sea ice surface topography during ICE12 drift from photogrammetric measurements

Dmitry Divine, Harald Faste Aas, Tor Ivan Karlsen, Christina Alsvik Pedersen & Sebastian Gerland
The data set comprises a collection of 5 digital terrains models (DTMs) showing the sea ice surface topography for ponded first year ice during the 2012 July–August ICE12/ACCESS cruise north of Svalbard onboard R/V “Lance” in the southwestern Nansen Basin (82.3◦ N, 21.5◦ E). ICE12 drift north of Svalbard in July-August 2015. ICE12 featured an eight-day ice station, 26 July to 3 August 2012, in an area of very close, 9/10 concentration, drift ice. The...

Regional melt-pond and open water fractions of thin Arctic first-year drift ice during ICE12 drift experiment 26.07-03.08.2012 north of Svalbard

Dmitry Divine, Christina Alsvik Pedersen, Tor Ivan Karlsen, Harald Faste Aas, Mats A. Granskog, Stephen R. Hudson, Angelika H.H. Renner, Svetlana Divina & Sebastian Gerland
The data set presents regional scale ( about 150 km) morphological properties of a relatively thin, 70–90 cm modal thickness, first-year Arctic sea ice pack in an advanced stage of melt. The data comprises fractions of three surface types (bare ice, melt ponds, and open water) along the flight tracks calculated from images acquired by a helicopter-borne camera system during ice-survey flights.The data were collected during the 8-day ICE12 drift experiment carried out by the...

Norwegian Citizen Panel Wave 2, 2014

Elisabeth Ivarsflaten
The Norwegian Citizen Panel is a platform for internet surveys of public opinion in important areas of society and politics in Norway. Participants are randomly recruited from the Norwegian population register, and they are encouraged to participate over time. The panel was fielded for the first time in the fall of 2013 and the survey is carried out about twice a year. The University of Bergen owns and is responsible for the Citizen Panel. The...

Norwegian Citizen Panel Wave 6, 2016

Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, Mikael Andersson, Sveinung Arnesen, Lise Bjånesøy, Åsta Nordø, Endre Tvinnereim & Erik Knudsen
The Norwegian Citizen Panel is a platform for internet surveys of public opinion in important areas of society and politics in Norway. Participants are randomly recruited from the Norwegian population register, and they are encouraged to participate over time. The panel was fielded for the first time the fall of 2013 and the survey is carried out twice a year. The University of Bergen owns and is responsible for the Citizen panel. The company Ideas...

Norwegian Parliamentary Elections, 1906-2013

Jon H. Fiva & Daniel M. Smith
Since gaining full independence in 1905, Norway has experienced more than a century of democratic elections, and has reformed its electoral system three times, most notably with the switch from a two-round runoff system to proportional representation in 1919. In this project Fiva and Smith (2017) introduce a new data set featuring all candidates running for parliamentary (Storting) elections from 1906 to 2013, and document patterns over time and across electoral systems in the development...

Norwegian Citizen Panel Wave 7, 2016

Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, Sveinung Arnesen, Bjarte Folkestad, Endre Tvinnereim, Mikael Johannesson, Erik Knudsen, Nina Serdarevic & Åsta Dyrnes
The Norwegian Citizen Panel is a platform for internet surveys of public opinion in important areas of society and politics in Norway. Participants are randomly recruited from the Norwegian population register, and they are encouraged to participate over time. The panel was fielded for the first time the fall of 2013 and the survey is carried out twice a year. The University of Bergen owns and is responsible for the Citizen panel. The company Ideas...

Norwegian Citizen Panel Wave 1, 2013

Elisabeth Ivarsflaten
The Norwegian Citizen Panel is a platform for internet surveys of public opinion in important areas of society and politics in Norway. Participants are randomly recruited from the Norwegian population register, and they are encouraged to participate over time. The panel was fielded for the first time in the fall of 2013 and the survey is carried out about twice a year. The University of Bergen owns and is responsible for the Citizen Panel. The...

Labour Force Surveys, 3. Quarter 2000 - 2. Quarter 2002, Panel

Statistics Norway
Labour Force Surveys, 3. Quarter 2000 - 2. Quarter 2002, Panel As of the 1st quarter of 1972, SSB has conducted official quarterly labour force surveys (AKU). These surveys aim to give the labour force authorities (and other people interested) knowledge of the occupational structure of the population and how it develops over time. The surveys are meant to give a foundation and statistical material for occupational prognoses and labour research. In 1996, AKU was...

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Data Centers

  • NSD – Norsk senter for forskningsdata
    233
  • Norsk Polarinstitutt
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  • UNINETT Sigma AS, Norway
    66
  • UiT The Artic University of Norway
    26