There have been significant advances in observing and modelling the Southern Ocean in the past five years. Results from new autonomous observing platforms and large national programmes have challenged our understanding of the role of the Southern Ocean in global climate. This meeting brought together physical oceanographers, climatologists and carbon scientists to synthesise insights across disciplines and identify future challenges.
Recordings of the presentations are available below. An accompanying journal issue has been published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A.
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