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1. Marine environment mooring data in Great Wall Bay during 27th CHINARE, 2010/2011 [CN_NADC_2010-2011_Antarctic_Great_Wall_Bay_CTD_Description]
An online coastal mooring system was deployed in the deepest area in the Great Wall Bay in 2010. Two SBE 16 CTDs were fixed on the mooring wire, and one SBE37 CTD and one TRDI Workhorse 600 kHz ADCP ...


2. Marine environment moorings data of 2009/2010 in Great Wall Bay during the 26th CHINARE [CN_NADC_2009-2010_Antarctic_Great_Wall_Bay_CTD_Description]
An online coastal mooring system was deployed in the deepest area in the Great Wall Bay IN 2010. Two SBE 16 CTDs were fixed on the mooring wire, and one SBE37 CTD and one TRDI Workhorse 600 kHz ADCP ...


3. Antarctic Peninsula Long Term Environmental Monitoring and Surveying [GB-NERC-BAS-PDC-00526]
LTMS will build on and extend BAS's past collection of long-term time-series of key environmental variables. Examples include the ongoing collection of the temperature record which shows that the ...


4. Do density driven bottom currents originate from beneath the Mackay Glacier Tongue in Granite Harbour? Data from current meters, bathymetry profile and sediment trap samples [K042_1988_1989_NZ_1]
Previous studies suggest that a current originating from beneath the Mackay Glacier Tongue in Granite Harbour could contribute to the deposits of mud flooring the deeper parts of McMurdo Sound and ...


5. The nature (speed/direction/persistence) of mud carrying bottom currents entering Granite Harbour to determine the movement of sediments entering the harbour [K042_1989_1990_NZ_2]
The movement of sediment entering Granite Harbour from the Ross Sea was investigated with the nature (speed/direction/peristence) of mud carrying bottom currents in Granite Harbour determined. The ...


6. The relationship between sediment texture, micro-organisms (diatom and Foraminifera), water depth and current to 100m along the Victoria Land coast from Trip Island to Cape Armitage, McMurdo Sound [K042_1987_1988_NZ_1]
The relationship between sediment texture, micro-organisms (diatom and Foraminifera), water column currents and water depth was investigated along the shoreline (to the 100m contour) of the Victoria ...


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