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1. An Investigation into the Seismic Signatures Generated by Iceberg Calving and Rifting [fricker_0739769]
This award supports a project to strengthen collaborations between the various research groups working on iceberg calving. Relatively little is known about the calving process, especially the physics ...

2. Antarctic iceberg sizes and spatial distribution from SAR image analysis - Map [AAD_Ant_iceberg_SAR]
This map shows the distribution of the iceberg data extracted from ERS SAR images. Icebergs are identified in Synthetic Aperture Radar [SAR] images by image analysis using the texture and intensity ...

3. East Coast Ice Scour Data [CANEMRCCRSESRFEAST]
This data set consists of measured and described parameters of ice scour features on the sea bed. It is based on analysis of sidescan sonar and high resolution seismic profile data. Individual seabed ...

4. Grand Banks Scour Catalogue [CANEMRCCRSGRANDBANKS]
This data set contains measured and described parameters of over 5,000 ice scour features on the sea bed of the Grand Banks and up-to-date source of measured seabed iceberg scour parameters. It is ...

5. Ice features digitised from satellite images [gis309]
The Australian Antarctic Data Centre digitises on-screen topographic features from satellite images as required for various projects and applications. Features digitised include the ice shelves, ...

6. Investigating Iceberg Evolution During Drift and Break-Up: A Proxy for Climate-Related Changes in Antarctic Ice Shelves [scambos_0540915]
Drifting tabular icebergs in the Southern Ocean just east of the Antarctic Peninsula undergo a rapid "climate change" as they move into warmer air and ocean temperatures. Using a combination of satellite ...

7. Ross Sea Icebergs (B15A, C16, B15J, B15K, C25 and Nascent): Drift, weather and seismic data. [macayeal_0229546]   CHILD METADATA
During 2001-2006, 6 giant icebergs (B15A, B15J, B15K, C16 and C25) adrift in the southwestern Ross Sea, Antarctica, were instrumented with global positioning system (GPS) receivers, magnetic compasses, ...

8. Southern Hemisphere Iceberg Tracks Derived from Scatterometer Data [Scatterometer_Iceberg_Tracking]
Positions of large (typically greater than 10 nmi) tabular icebergs around Antarctica derived from enhanced resolution historic and present scatterometer data.

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