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1. BearHealth Norway [org.polarresearch-620]
Anthropogenic pollution and climate change are the two most significant threats for Arctic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Because of food chain biomagnification of lipophilic persistent organic ...


2. COPOL pelagic 2007 [org.polarresearch-451]   CHILD DIFs   PARENT DIF
Zooplankton samples were collected at two stations in Kongsfjorden, one in the middle of the fjord (inner station; 78°96 N, 11°94 E) and one outside on the shelf break (outer station; 78°94 N, 8°54 ...


3. Cleopatra, Rjipfjorden 2007-2008:Sea ice, light, ice algae, phytoplankton and zooplankton [org.polarresearch-601]
Location: Rjipfjorden, Nordaustlandet, Svalbard, Norway Parameters: CTD (temperature, salinity); Sea ice (thickness); Light (PAR surface and subsurface); Ice algaes (pigments, stoikiometry, nutrients, ...


4. GPS profile Troll Station - South Pole [org.polarresearch-549]
Complete, kinematic GPS profile along the route of the Norwegian-U.S. IPY traverse of East Antarctica, from Troll Station to 'Camp Winter' at -86,8S, 54,4E, from the South Pole (-90, 0) back to Troll ...


5. Marine mammals exploring the oceans pole to pole [org.polarresearch-598]
Marine Mammals Exploring the Oceans Pole to Pole (MEOP) will deploy state-of-the-art animal-borne CTD (Conductivity-Temperature-Depth) tags on strategically chosen, deep-diving marine mammal species ...


6. Samples from 2007 for the COPOL project [org.polarresearch-576]   PARENT DIF
COPOL is a project under the auspices of the International Polar Year (IPY). The main objective of the project is to understand the dynamic range of man-made contaminants in marine ecosystems of Polar ...


7. Ice Core Black Carbon records: Norwegian-United States Scientific Traverse 2007-2009 [NUS_icecore_BC]
Six ice core records of refractory black carbon were developed from ice cores drilled during the Norwegian-U.S. Scientific Traverse of East Antarctica from 2007 to 2009. The ice cores were drilled ...


8. IPY Traverse [org.polarresearch-210]
Joint Norwegian - U.S. scientific ground traverse in East Antarctica. The field expedition involves scientific investigations along two overland traverses: one going from the Troll Station in Dronning ...


9. Black Carbon in Arctic Snow, Samples from Vestfonna, Svalbard - Kinnvika (Norway) [KV-BC-Spring2008]
Transport of atmospheric contaminants into the Arctic. Black carbon data from snow samples across the Vestfonna ice cap, Svalbard. Point data. Data set organization ...


10. Measurements of ice thickness and water column thickness below Fimbulisen. [NPI_00156]
Seismic spot depth measurements of ice and water column thickness below Fimbulisen. The dataset consists of 183 reflection measurements of ice and water column thickness, and 12 refraction measurements ...


11. European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) [NPI_00157]
Within the European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA) two deep ice cores from the Antarctic ice sheet will be retrieved by 2005. The first one is currently being drilled at Dome Concordia ...


12. Studies of melting blue ice areas [NPI_00158]
In the near-coastal regions of Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, below-surface ice-melt in blue-ice areas has been observed. The low scattering coefficients of the large-grained blue-ice, allow penetration ...


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