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1. Periodicity in foraging areas of leopard seals in the region south of Macquarie Island [ASAC_2268]
---- Public Summary from Project ---- Leopard seals are usually seen in the pack-ice where they pup on the ice and where they must first face life at sea. However at Macquarie Island, well to ...


2. The 1987/1988 Field Season at Heard Island [Heard_Island_Report_1987_1988]
1987/88 Field Season at Heard Island. Harry R. Burton. Field Leader, Antarctic Division. The 1987/88 ANARE to Heard Island was the last of a series of three summer programs there ...


3. The 1992 Wintering Field Season at Heard Island [Heard_Island_Report_1992]
1992 Wintering Field Season at Heard Island. Taken from the report: Genesis of the Expedition The concept of the 1992 expedition arose ...


4. 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 ...


5. Physiological and morphological conditions of tagged seals, 2001 and 2002, west of Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC [seal_obs_SO]
Forty-six seals were selected for radio tagging during four expeditions to the Antarctic, fall and winter seasons of years 2001 and 2002. The captured seals were surveyed, ...


6. Shipboard sea bird and ancillary marine mammal sightings, April-Sept 2001 and 2002, Continental Margin Western Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC [birds_observ_SO]
Day and night shipboard sightings/counts of birds and ancillary mammals during 4 ship cruises to the Antarctic, April-September 2001 and 2002. General survey area includes ...


7. The movements of 35 seals were monitored via satellite, Antarctic, 2001 and 2002, GLOBEC [seal_loc_SO]
Thirty-five seals were affixed with radio tags during fall/winter expeditions to the Antarctic in 2001 and 2002. The seal's movements were tracked via Argos Service satellites ...


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