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1. Firn Permeability and Density at WAIS Divide [NSIDC-0602]
This data set contains laboratory measurements of the density and permeability made from firn cores from the lock-in zone through pore close-off at the WAIS Divide and Megadunes sites.


2. Snow and Firn Permeability: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation [NSIDC-0299]
This data set contains firn physical properties measured in two meter snow pits and from deeper, 12- to 30-meter firn cores. The physical properties measured in the snow pits include density, permeability ...


3. AWS Data: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and Their Potential Effect on Ice Core Interpretation [NSIDC-0283]
This data set contains Automated Weather Station (AWS) data from two sites. The Mac site was oriented on the rough sastrugi-covered windward face and the Zoe site was on the glazed leeward face. The ...


4. Collaborative Research: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation [scambos_0125570]
Field study and remote sensing measurements of an area of snow megadunes on the East Antarctic plateau provides a preliminary assessment of dune morphology, firn structure, and layering ...


5. Firn Air Study in the Megadunes Near Vostok, Antarctica [severinghaus_nsf0230452]
This award supports a study of the chemical composition of air in the snow layer (firn) in a region of "megadunes" near Vostok station, Antarctica. It will test the hypothesis that a deep ...


6. Snow and Firn Permeability, Density, Gas Diffusivity, and Microstructure: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation [albert_OPP0125276]
The Antarctic megadune research was conducted during two field seasons, one in November 2002 and the other in December 2003 through January 2004. The megadune field site is located on ...


7. GPR and GPS Data: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation [NSIDC-0282]
The Antarctic megadune research was conducted during two field seasons, one in November 2002 and the other in December 2003 through January 2004. The megadune field site is located on the East Antarctic ...


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