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1. Pacific Exploratory Missions (PEM) Tropics Data [GTE_PEM-Tropics_Data]   PARENT DIF
The Pacific Exploratory Missions (PEM) investigated the long range transport of natural and anthropogenic emissions on the global troposphere. The PEM-Tropics A atmospheric science expedition was ...


2. TRAnsport and Chemical Evolution over the Pacific (TRACE-P) Data [GTE_TRACE-P_Data]   PARENT DIF
The objectives of the Transport and Chemistry Experiment in the Pacific (TRACE-P), conducted in March/April 2001, were 1) determine the chemical composition of the Asian outflow over the western Pacific ...


3. WAIS Divide ice core chemistry 2710 to 1300 m depth [ID_mcconnell_0839093]
A continuous analytical system was used to analyze longitudinal samples from the WAIS Divide (79 28 5S, 112 4 1W, 1759 m)deep ice core between 1300 and 2710 m depth corresponding to ~6000 to ~27000 ...


4. Fungi isolates from physical samples (soil, rock, wood, foodstuff, air, artifacts, etc) from heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region to determine fungal biodiversity [K021_1998_2012_NZ_1]
Physical samples of soil, rocks, wood, foodstuffs, air and artifacts were collected from six Heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region over the period of January 1999 to January 2008. These sites included ...


5. Research of sea ice biogeochemical data and oceanographic measurements under the Ross ice shelf [K131_2011_2012_NZ_1]
Oceanographic data compiling of - salinity, current, pressure, ice-water interface data was gathered from under the Ross Ice shelf to gain a better understanding of the interactions of sub ice shelf ...


6. Research of sea ice biogeochemical data and oceanographic measurements under the Ross ice shelf [K131_2011_2012NZ_1]
Oceanographic data compiling of - salinity, current, pressure, ice-water interface data was gathered from under the Ross Ice shelf to gain a better understanding of the interactions of sub ice shelf ...


7. IceBridge Atmospheric Chemistry L1B Data [ICHEM1B]
The IceBridge Atmospheric Chemistry L1B Data set (ICHEM1B) contains measurements acquired over Antarctica using the AVOCET differential Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) gas analyzer instrument, the ...


8. Photochemistry of Ozone Loss in the Arctic Region In Summer (POLARIS) Data Archive [NASA_ARC_POLARIS]
POLARIS was a series of high-altitude airborne investigations to understand the behavior of polar stratospheric ozone as it changes from very high concentrations in the spring down to very low concentrations ...


9. SAGE III Ozone Loss and Validation Experiment (SOLVE) [NASA_SOLVE]
The SAGE III Ozone Loss and Validation Experiment (SOLVE) is a measurement campaign designed to examine the processes which control polar to mid-latitude stratospheric ozone levels. ...


10. Analysis of air samples for trace levels of hydrocarbons, fluorocarbons and light hydrocarbons [K173_1984_1987_NZ_1]
The importance of minor atmospheric constituents to the global climate is well established but knowledge of their chemistry, distribution (by latitude, altitude and season) is sparse. This project ...


11. Atmospheric measurement from four sites in the Ross Sea Region investigating gases, aerosol properties and local weather conditions [K173_1987_1990_NZ_1]
Gases, aerosol properties and local weather was studied at sites around Ross Island and in McMurdo Sound as part of a programme to describe the properties of the atmospheric aerosol (and gases), to ...


12. Algae cultures from air trap samples, snow samples and algal surveys from Scott Base, the Ross Ice Shelf and Victoria Valley to determine the dispersal of algae by wind within Antarctica [K053_1990_1991_NZ_2]
The dispersal of algae by wind within Antarctica was investigated by testing four techniques for detecting viable algae in the air: 1) High through put 'jet' spore samples, 2) Clinical monitors, 3) ...


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