For the past 25 years, researchers have carried out measurements of the climate and environment in East Greenland. This has resulted in an extremely valuable time series of many different data.
Presently, researchers at the Arctic Research Centre, Aarhus University, and Flanders Marine Institute in Belgium are setting up advanced autonomous measurement stations that expand the data coverage and manage themselves all year round. Furthermore, low maintenance stations are placed on strategic locations to measure e.g. atmospheric temperature, wind, humidity, atmospheric pressure, seawater salinity and temperature along climate gradients in East Greenland. Here the RMA dataloggers are at play and enable researchers to access their data in near real time via satellite data transmissions.