Tellurometer readings were taken over a series of sites in Enderby Land in 1976, and then remeasured in 1978. Temperature, barometric pressure and relative humidity readings were also taken at most sites when the measurements were made.
These data are archived in physical form at the Australian Antarctic Division.
Each parameter is assigned a data quality flag as defined below:
Flag 1: Error free Flag 2: Dubious. Non-specific errors Flag 3: Known errors exist that can be fixed Flag 4: Known errors exist that cannot be fixed Flag 5: No ... data - not observed Flag 6: Data in analog format only
Time and position: 1 Total ice concentration: 1 Open water: 1 Pri ice concentration: 1 Pri ice type: 1 Pri ice thickness: 1 Pri floe size: 1 Pri topography: 1/5 (Percentage ridging = 1; Average sail height = 5) Pri snow type: 1 Pri snow thickness: 1 Sec ice concentration: 1 Sec ice type: 1 Sec ice thickness: 1 Sec floe size: 1 Sec topography: 1/5 (Percentage ridging = 1; Average sail height = 5) Sec snow type: 1 Sec snow thickness: 1 Ter ice concentration: 1 Ter ice type: 1 Ter ice thickness: 1 Ter floe size: 1 Ter topography: 1/5 (Percentage ridging = 1; Average sail height = 5) Ter snow type: 1 Ter snow thickness: 1 Air temperature: 1 Water temperature: 1 Wind speed: 1 Wind direction: 1 Cloud: 1 Current weather: 1 Visibility: 1 Video reading: 5 Photo (film no.): 5 Photo (frame no.): 5 Comments: 1
None. The data are freely available. The data are available for download from the given url. Note that to use the original log files, you will also need to download the provided software in order to extract the data.
Authors should acknowledge use of the ASPeCt data archive.
Please follow instructions listed in the citation reference provided at the URL below when using these data.
"Sea Ice Observations from the Akademic Fedorov (37th Russian Antarctic Expedition)" is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.