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1. Community composition of seabirds in the Prydz Bay region, derived from at-sea observations of seabirds. [WOV_PRYDZ_BIRD_COMMUNITIES]
Observations of seabirds at sea have been made by observers on Australian Antarctic ships in the Prydz Bay region during most seasons since 1980/81. Approximately 32000 observations of 26 main species ...


2. A comparison of sea-ice thickness measurements made using ship-mounted and airborne electromagnetic induction devices [ASAC_1342]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1342 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- This project involves field trialling of software written ...


3. Bathymetric data of Long and Tryne Fjords at Vestfold Hills, Antarctica, collected in December 1999 [VH_bathy_99]
This dataset contains 102 depth measurements of the water column in Long and Tryne fjords, which are in the northern Vestfold Hills, Prydz Bay, Antarctica. Sea ice thickness and snow thickness were ...


4. Geodetic monitoring of isostatic rebound near the Lambert Glacier [GEMIR_GPS_ANU]
The present-day observed change in sea level is the sum of several factors, including the continuing readjustment of the crust to the past redistribution of the surface ice-water load and any present-day ...


5. Seabird by-catch in longline fisheries [ASAC_2295]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2295 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Longline fisheries represent a serious threat to the survival ...


6. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Cell count results [ASAC_2210_cell_counts]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


7. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) results [ASAC_2210_DOC]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


8. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) results [ASAC_2210_POC]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


9. Length of Available Growing Period [geodata_1395]
The concept of the length of the available growing period (LGP) combines temperature and moisture considerations to determine the length of time crops are able to grow, hence excluding periods which ...


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