Tore Mo-BjørkelundNorwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Marine Technology
Master of Science
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I am currently pursuing a doctorate within adaptive sampling using autonomous underwater vehicles at NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. Especially how to use several different vehicles to measure covariates, and to coordinate them.
Skills and Expertise
July 2017 - August 2018
- Researcher on the SWARMS EU project.
August 2012 - July 2017
Inflow of fresh water from river to sea creates mixing of water layers with different salinity and often temper- ature, that plays a big role in sediment trapping. Localization of such mixing regions is necessary both for practical purposes (e.g., timely cleaning of shipways) and research (e.g. studying the anthropogenic impact). Analytical modelli...
The spring season was the target for the Nansen Legacy cruise organized in late April and first half of May 2021 following the transect defined for this series of cruises to capture the variations of the year sampling physical, biological and chemical conditions in the ice and the sea. The transect went through both open water and ice. Seven proces...
A self-contained turbulence instrument from Rockland Scientific was installed on a light autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) from OceanScan Marine Systems and Technology Lda. We report on the data quality and discuss limitations of dissipation estimated from two shear probes during a deployment in the Barents Sea in February 2021. The AUV mission l...
The Winter Process Cruise (WPC) aboard RV Kronprins Haakon (KH2021702) conducted observations on processes that control the position and variability of the polar front in the Northern Barents Sea and the distribution of Arctic and Atlantic water masses. Moreover, the WPC serviced 2 gateway moorings sites (M1 and M4) and collected complementary hydr...
A self-contained turbulence instrument from Rockland Scientific was installed on a Light Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) from OceanScan Marine Systems and Technology Lda. We report on the data quality and discuss limitations of dissipation estimated from two shear probes during a deployment in the Barents Sea in February 2021. The AUV mission l...
Sampling the deep chlorophyll max with an AUV while running an acoustic survey using an USV.