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The Troll Observing Network (TONe): plugging observation holes in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica

Pedersen, Christina Alsvik; Njåstad, Birgit; Aas, Wenche; Darelius, Elin Maria K.; Descamps, Sebastien; Flått, Stig; Hattermann, Tore; Hudson, Stephen; Miloch, Wojciech Jacek; Rykkje, Simen; Schweitzer, Johannes; Storvold, Rune; Tronstad, Stein

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Journal: Polar Research, vol. 43, 10370, 2024

Doi: doi.org/10.33265/polar.v43.10370

Understanding how Antarctica is changing and how these changes influence the rest of the Earth is fundamental to the future robustness of human society. Strengthening our understanding of these changes and their implications requires dedicated, sustained and coordinated observations of key Antarctic indicators. The Troll Observing Network (TONe), now under development, is Norway’s contribution to the global need for sustained, coordinated, complementary and societally relevant observations from Antarctica. When fully implemented within the coming three years, TONe will be a state-of-the-art, multi-platform, multi-disciplinary observing network in data-sparse Dronning Maud Land. A critical part of the network is a data management system that will ensure broad, free access to all TONe data to the international research community.