An important link exists between the oceans and our atmosphere…

…and it’s a crucial part of what drives the Earth’s climate. Sea2Cloud is working to better understand this fascinating relationship. Click below to find out how.

About Us

The world is changing

As the environment changes due to man-made and natural processes, the Earth is capable of responding in unique and extraordinary ways. Click below to learn about Sea2Cloud’s mission of improving the understanding of this so-called Gaia Principle and the impacts it has on our climate.

Find out more about the project by watching the video of our voyage in March 2020 made by Hervé Colombani.


Recent Posts

  • Paper out: Surface ocean microbiota determine cloud precursors
    Our paper ”Surface ocean microbiota determine cloud precursors” is out now in Scientific Reports and you can read it here. This paper combines work from campaigns in the Mediterranean, Arctic and New Zealand coastal seas to show that there is a relationship between the abundance of seawater nanophytoplankton and sea-spray aerosol. Sea-spray aerosol particles are […]
  • Measurements at Baring Head continue
    In June, after New Zealand came out of Covid-19 lockdown, we set up our instruments back at the Baring Head research station. Now we can track how aerosols behave during New Zealand winter and spring.
  • Video of Sea2Cloud voyage is up
    Watch below the video of our voyage in March 2020 made by Hervé Colombani. The video can be found also in French at https://youtu.be/6wP-Eq6Lw1k.
This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. 771369)