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1. Amery Ice Shelf - hot water drill borehole, 2001-02 - AM01 sampling (seafloor sediment, ice cores, seawater) and Automatic Weather Station data [ASAC_1164_AM01_Other]
AM01 borehole drilled January 2002. Samples collected during drilling and scientific sampling phases of work. AWS continuing to operate.


2. Amery Ice Shelf - hot water drill borehole, 2003-04 - AM01b sampling (seafloor sediment, ice cores, seawater) and Automatic Weather Station data [ASAC_1164_AM01b_Other]   PARENT DIF
AM01b borehole site Samples collected during drilling and scientific sampling phases of work. AWS continuing to operate (not a new station, but ongoing AM01 station).


3. Australian Antarctic automatic weather station gis dataset [aws_gis]
This layer is a point dataset in the Geographical Information System (GIS). Point data represents Australian Antarctic Automatic Weather Stations. The operating dates for all stations is attached ...


4. Automatic Weather Station Data from Dome A (Argus) in Antarctica [DomeA_AWS]
Automatic Weather Station data from Dome A (Argus), Antarctica. Available data currently range from 2005-2011. With a surface elevation of 4093 m, Dome Argus (Dome A) is the highest place in Antarctica, ...


5. Surface meteorological data from a network of automatic weather stations at a number of Antarctic sites and sub-Antarctic sites. [antarctic_aws]
Surface meteorological data are provided from a network of Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) at 20 sites in remote regions of East Antarctica, and one at sub-Antarctic Heard Island. These stations ...


6. Weather data collected from a transect of automatic weather stations on Mt Elder, Macquarie Island, 1998-1999 [ASAC_1015_AWS_MtElder]
Taken from the abstract of the referenced publication: The relevance, power and application of biologically oriented climate change research is maximised when studies are coupled to climate change ...


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