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1. Biology of the Mertz Glacier Polynya - Protist Data [ASAC_1101_Protists]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1101 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Most of our knowledge of the Antarctic marine ecosystems ...


2. Vulnerability of shallow Antarctic invertebrate-dominated ecosystems [ASAC_2201_vulnerability]
Human impacts threaten not only species, but also entire ecosystems. Ecosystems under stress can collapse or transition into different states, potentially reducing biodiversity at a variety of scales. ...


3. Population status of Southern Giant Petrels at Hawker and Frazier Islands [AAS_3154]
Metadata record for data from AAS project 3154 (ASAC_3154). Public Summary This project aims to install automated cameras at the Southern Giant Petrel (SGP) breeding site(s) on the Frazier Islands ...


4. Copies of field and lab books associated with ASAC project 1100 - Contaminants in the Antarctic environment [ASAC_1100_field_lab_books]
These are the scanned electronic copies of field and lab books used at Casey Station between 1998 and 2003 as part of ASAC (AAS) project 1100 - Contaminants in the Antarctic environment.


5. Studies of Beaks and Parasites of Antarctic Cephalopods [ASAC_11]
Metadata record for data expected ASAC Project 11 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of the referenced paper: The Australian Antarctic ...


6. Important marine habitat off east Antarctica revealed by two decades of multi-species predator tracking [AAS_3227_predicted_habitat]
From the abstract of the referenced paper: Satellite telemetry data are a key source of animal distribution information for marine ecosystem management and conservation activities. We used two decades ...


7. Biodiversity of Microbial mats in Antarctica [ASAC_1049_Micromat]
From the Micromat home page: Research on microbial biodiversity in Antarctica is still in a starting phase though it is a very promising area of research. Antarctica is characterised by its geographical ...


8. Impacts of the feral house mouse (Mus musculus) on spiders on subantarctic Macquarie Island [ASAC_104_mice]
Macquarie Island is a Nature Reserve under the Tasmanian National Parks and Wildlife Act 1970 and also a World Heritage Area but it has been modified significantly as the result of the introduction ...


9. Metamorphic History of the Larsemann Hills Area [ASAC_105]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 105 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstracts of some of the referenced papers: Calc-silicate granulites from the Bolingen ...


10. Biogeography of spiders on islands of the Southern Ocean [ASAC_1015_spiders]
These data are mainly based on a paper by Phil Pugh (Pugh 2004, Biogeography of spiders on the islands of the Southern Ocean, Journal of Natural History, 38:1461-1487), but has been updated for Subantarctic ...


11. Invertebrate Monitoring on Macquarie Island [ASAC_104]
The objectives of this project were: To monitor wind transported insects to Macquarie Island to establish which species can disperse long distances on wind in the Subantarctic and from where they ...


12. Nitrogen studies in sub-Antarctic terrestrial environments [ASAC_1022]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1022 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Nitrogen studies in subantarctic terrestrial environments ...


13. Changes in vegetation on Macquarie Island 2000 to 2007 [ASAC_1015_macca_veg_change]
Taken from the report in the download file: Plot data and satellite imagery were used to examine changes in vegetation between 2000 and 2007. These data were examined in light of changes in rabbit ...


14. Vegetation communities, species distribution and foliar morphology as indicators of climate change on Marion Island [ASAC_1015_MarionIs]
Altitudinal variations in vegetation community composition, species ranges and foliar morphology were collected on subantarctic Marion Island. Two altitudinal transects on the eastern slopes of the ...


15. APIS - Antarctic Pack Ice Seals 1994-1999, plus historical data from the 1980's [APIS]
APIS data were collected between 1994 and 1999. This dataset also includes some historical data collected between 1985 and 1987. Both aerial and ship-board surveys were conducted. Studies on the behaviour ...


16. An atlas of the lakes of the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica - ANARE Research Notes 74 [ANARE-74]
From the abstract of the ANARE Research Note: The Larsemann Hills are a series of granite and gneiss peninsulas extending into Prydz Bay, between the Amery Ice Shelf and the Sorsdal Glacier. They ...


17. Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions 1947 to 1966 - Double sided map [ANARE_Expeditions_1947-1966]
A double sided map titled Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions 1947-1966 was published in 1989. It included details on Phillip Law and the history of Australians in Antarctica and all ...


18. Geology of possible runway sites in the Davis region, Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica [ANARE-98]
From the abstract of the referenced publication: Five possible runway sites have been proposed within 4 km of Davis on the northwestern part of Broad Peninsula, Vestfold Hills. Most are on on thin, ...


19. Historical Adelie penguin breeding population estimates in the Australian Antarctic Territory [AAS_4088_historical_adelie_estimates]
Ecologists are increasingly turning to historical abundance data to understand past changes in animal abundance and more broadly the ecosystems in which animals occur. However, developing reliable ...


20. Analytical methods used to measure chemical and physical properties of Davis Station wastewater and marine sediments. [Davis_STP_Chemistry_Methods]   PARENT DIF
This document details the analytical methods used to determine a range of chemical and physical properties of the wastewater effluent from Davis Station and of marine sediments collected from shallow ...


21. ADBEX I cruise to the Prydz Bay region, 1982: nutrient data [ADBEX_I_nutrient]
From the abstract and introduction of ANARE Research Notes 44 - ADBEX I cruise to the Prydz Bay region, 1982: nutrient data. Nitrate, phosphate and silicate concentrations obtained during the ADBEX ...


22. Aurora Australis Voyage 1 2013/14 Track and Underway Data [201314010]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


23. Aurora Australis Voyage 2/3 2013/14 Track and Underway Data [201314020]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


24. Aurora Australis Voyage 4 2013/14 Track and Underway Data [201314040]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


25. Aurora Australis Voyage 6 2013/14 Track and Underway Data [201314060]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


26. Reconstructions of paleo winter sea ice concentrations and revised age models for marine sediment cores SO136-111 and E27-23. [ASAC_2534_winter_sea_ice]
The Holocene sea-ice project brings together for the first time, records from the Antarctic continent and deep sea sediments that will allow us to calibrate three sea-ice extent surrogates, validate ...


27. Aurora Australis Trials Voyage 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011000]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


28. Aurora Australis Trials Voyage 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112000]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


29. Aurora Australis Voyage - Eradication 2 - 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011002]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


30. Aurora Australis Voyage 1 2009/10 Track and Underway Data [200910010]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


31. Aurora Australis Voyage 1 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011010]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


32. Aurora Australis Voyage 1 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112010]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


33. Aurora Australis Voyage 1 2012/13 Track and Underway Data [201213010]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


34. Aurora Australis Voyage 2 2009/10 Track and Underway Data [200910020]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


35. Aurora Australis Voyage 2 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011020]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


36. Aurora Australis Voyage 2 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112020]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


37. Aurora Australis Voyage 2 2012/13 Track and Underway Data [201213020]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


38. Aurora Australis Voyage 3 2009/10 Track and Underway Data [200910030]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


39. Aurora Australis Voyage 3 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011030]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


40. Aurora Australis Voyage 3 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112030]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


41. Aurora Australis Voyage 3 2012/13 Track and Underway Data [201213030]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


42. Aurora Australis Voyage 4 2009/10 Track and Underway Data [200910040]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


43. Aurora Australis Voyage 4 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011040]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


44. Aurora Australis Voyage 4 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112040]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


45. Aurora Australis Voyage 4 2012/13 Track and Underway Data [201213040]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


46. Aurora Australis Voyage 5 2009/10 Track and Underway Data [200910050]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


47. Aurora Australis Voyage 5 2010/11 Track and Underway Data [201011050]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


48. Aurora Australis Voyage 5 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112050]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


49. Aurora Australis Voyage 6 2011/12 Track and Underway Data [201112060]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


50. Aurora Australis Voyage 7 2009/10 Track and Underway Data - Voyage VE1 Pest Eradication [200910070]   PARENT DIF
On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include ...


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