Welcome to ARTLab
This is the portal for many of the Autonomous Remote Technology Projects centered in the Institute of Marine Science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Here is where you can find schematics and descriptions of our instruments, summaries of our current and past projects, and tools that allow access to real-time data.
Hauri, C., M. Truffer, P. Winsor and K. Lennert (2014), Surface Drifters Track the Fate of Greenland Ice Sheet Meltwater, Eos Trans. AGU, 95(26), 237.
Evans, W., J. Mathis, P. Winsor, H. Statscewich, and T. E. Whiteledge (2013), A Regression Modeling Approach for Studying Carbonate System Variability in the Northern Gulf of Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research, 1, 476-489.
Recent News Coverage
September, 2015: An SFOS news article on development of the RPM-Lite, a smaller version of the RPM:
Wind powered radars make remote data collection possible
Summer, 2015: AOOS's summer newletter features our projects prominently:
AOOS increases observing activities in the Arctic
January, 2015: Alaska Public Media talked to Dr. Winsor about the ARCTREX experiment:
ARCTREX Tests Arctic Oil Spill Tracking Techniques
July, 2014: Environmental Monitor reports on our deployment of drifters in western Greenland:
Drifting sensors detail meltwater around Greenland ice sheet's tricky research conditions
May, 2014: An article on the CONVERGE project in Antarctica, provided by the United States Antarctic Program:
Converging factors: New project to use radar array to determine how ocean currents affect food web
|Dr. Tom Weingartner||Principal Investigator|
|Dr. Peter Winsor||Principal Investigator|
|Ms. Rachel Potter||Research Associate|
|Mr. Hank Statscewich||Research Associate|
|Ms. Elizabeth Dobbins||Research Associate|
ART Lab is located within the Institute of Marine Science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.