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1. Antarctic Geodesy Field Report 2006-2007 - N Brown and A Woods [survey_2006-2007_geodesy]   PARENT DIF
Taken from sections of the report: In recent years, Geoscience Australia (GA) has increased its capability on the Antarctic continent with the installation of Continuous Global Positioning System ...


2. Report of the 1989/90 Summer Season Survey. Davis Station, Larsemann Hills, Law Base [Survey_1989_90_Davis_Larsemann]
In July 1989 a circular was distributed calling for applicants for survey duties in the Antarctic over the 1989-90 summer season. The aim of this survey was to carry out a number of survey tasks ...


3. Survey report 1998/99 summer season Voyage 4 to 5, Australian Antarctic Division Authors - Matt King / Rachael Manson / Lee Palfrey / UTAS and Army [survey_1998-99_V4_V5_davis]
Taken from sections of the Report: The purpose of the 1998/99 Antarctic survey season was to provide survey control around Davis, Beaver Lake and the Prince Charles Mountains in support of the ANARE ...


4. Survey report 1999/2000 summer season Voyage 4 to 6 Australian Antarctic Division Author - Mark Anderson / UTAS [survey_1999-2000_V4_V6]
Taken from sections of the Report: The main purpose of the 1999-2000 Antarctic MAGIP Field Program was to provide survey support to a number of operations being undertaken around the Davis area. ...


5. Annotated maps and accompanying notes compiled in May 2000 about visible disturbance in the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica [larsemann_visible_disturbance]
Annotated large format maps and accompanying notes compiled in May 2000 about visible disturbance in the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica. The compilation was done by Ewan McIvor ...


6. Geology of the Larsemann Hills 1997 [lars_geology]
Geology of the Larsemann Hills, Antarctica. Geological data from C.J.Carson, University of Melbourne and K.Stüwe, University of Adelaide. Additional interpretation by D.E.Thost, AGSO (now Geoscience ...


7. Geology of the Larsemann Hills 2004 [lars_geology_2004]
The Larsemann Hills region is dominated by two major lithological associations, a Palaeoproterozoic felsic/mafic orthogneiss complex (Søstrene Orthogneiss) which occurs as basement to a sequence ...


8. Larsemann Hills - Mapping from aerial photography captured February 1998 [gis135]
This mapping completed the Larsemann Hills photogrammetric mapping project. The project was commenced on 14 December 2001 and completed in April 2003. It includes the integration of newly mapped data ...


9. Boron in Antarctic granulite-facies rocks: under what conditions is boron retained in the middle crust? [ASAC_2350]
This metadata record describes data collected as part of ASAC project 2350 - Boron in Antarctic granulite-facies rocks: under what conditions is boron retained in the middle crust? ...


10. Development of Fluvioglacial Landforms in the Larsemann Hills, Eastern Antarctica [ASAC_570]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 570 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstracts of the referenced papers: The Larsemann Hills, ...


11. Environmental History of Small Lake Catchments in the Larsemann Hills, Antarctica [ASAC_31]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 31 See the link below for public details on this project. Ammoelphidiella antractica Conato and Segre occours in thin unconsolidated ...


12. Late Proterozoic Tectonics in the Prydz Bay Area [ASAC_519]
From the abstracts of some of the referenced papers: The East Antarctic mobile belt as exposed in Prydz Bay presents an excellent example of a poly-metamorphic terrain where complicated ...


13. Palaeolimnological investigations of coastal continental lakes in the Larsemann Hills [ASAC_2112]
1.The lakes and ponds in the Larsemann Hills and B?lingen Islands (East-Antarctica) are characterised by cyanobacteria-dominated, benthic microbial mat communities. A 56-lake dataset representing ...


14. Structural, Metamorphic and Uplift History of the Prince Charles Mountains [ASAC_57]
From the abstracts of two of the referenced papers: The low-temperature (ie less than ~120 degrees C) thermal history of the East Antarctic Shield has been assessed by apatite fission-track ...


15. An atlas of the lakes of the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica - ANARE Research Notes 74 [ANARE-74]
******************* From the abstract of the ANARE Research Note: The Larsemann Hills are a series of granite and gneiss peninsulas extending into Prydz Bay, between the Amery Ice Shelf and the Sørsdal ...


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