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1. Decomposition of introduced and natural materials in the Vestfold Hills, and introduced and indigenous Microorganisms [ASAC_251]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 251 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of the referenced paper: The fungal floras of plant communities and mineral ...


2. A Meteor Radar for Measuring Mesospheric and Lower Thermospheric Winds and Temperatures at Davis Station [ASAC_2529]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2529 See the link below for public details on this project. Public A meteor radar will be installed at Davis Station to measure temperatures and wind velocities ...


3. Variability of the coastal Antarctic climate derived from fast-ice observations. [ASAC_2500]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2500 See the link below for public details on this project. Public Weekly fast-ice and snow thicknesses from an ongoing long-term time-series together ...


4. A digital repository of voyage, station, flight and traverse reports completed as part of the Australian Antarctic Program (AAP, ANARE). [Reports_AAD]
This repository contains a collection voyage reports, station reports and traverse reports completed as part of the Australian Antarctic Program (AAP), previously known as the Australian National ...


5. ANARE Health Register [ASAC_12]
The ANARE Health Register, which has been in operation since 1987, is designed to gather, store, analyse and report on all health related events occurring in the ANARE population. The principal aims ...


6. Accessory mineral behaviour during partial melting in the crust - improving the geochronology of granulite terrains. [ASAC_2690]
Metadata record for data expected ASAC Project 2690 See the link below for public details on this project. Relating ages, determined using the decay of radioactive elements in minerals, to geological ...


7. Amount of incinerated waste from Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_incinerated_waste]
INDICATOR DEFINITION This indicator identifies the total weight of material incinerated, and the weights of the major components on Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island stations. The figures ...


8. Annual variations in the visibility 'footprint' of structures in the Australian Antarctic Territory [SOE_wilderness]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION This indicator attempts to measure the effect of human activity on the wilderness values of Antarctica and ...


9. Antarctic Geodesy Field Report 2006-2007 - N Brown and A Woods [survey_2006-2007_geodesy]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


10. Antifreeze molecules in Nototheniid fish around Davis Station, Antarctica [ASAC_2050]
A report completed as part of this project is available for download from the URL given below. Extracts of the report are presented in the metadata record. See the report for full details. Several ...


11. Assessing the impact of contaminated sediments on hard-substrate Antarctic marine communities [ASAC_2691]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2691 See the link below for public details on this project. Contaminants may persist in marine sediments and be re-suspended during storms or by the activity ...


12. Automatic Weather Station Data from Davis [davis_aws]
The automatic weather stations at the Australian stations (Casey, Davis, Macquarie Island, and Mawson) were installed by the Bureau of Meteorology. They collect information on the following (in the ...


13. Average Chlorophyll concentrations for the Southern Ocean across latitude bands 40-50 deg S, 50-60 deg S, 60 deg S-continent [SOE_chlorophyll]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION Chlorophyll concentrations from Southern Ocean surface water collected at a depth of 0-7 metres, along cruise ...


14. Bathymetry of Approaches to Davis Station [davisbathy_gis]
Bathymetric Contours and height range polygons of approaches to Davis Station, derived from RAN Fair sheet, Aurora Australis and GEBCO soundings.


15. Biodegradation of Petroleum in Soils and Beach Sands at Davis Station, Antarctica [ASAC_127]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 127 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of the referenced paper: The effect of nutrient and water enhancement on the ...


16. Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) of wastewater discharged from Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_effluent_BOD]
INDICATOR DEFINITION This indicator is an estimate of the biological oxygen demand (BOD) of effluent discharged into the ocean from the waste treatment plants (WTP) at each continental station. It ...


17. Biology Year Report for Davis Station, 1982 [Davis_biology_report_1982]
Taken from the biology report for Davis Station, 1982, prepared by Mark Tucker. A hardcopy of the report and field books are available in the Australian Antarctic Division library, and pdf copies ...


18. Breeding populations of Southern Giant Petrels at Heard Island, the McDonald Islands and within the AAT [SOE_seabird_candidate_sp_SGP]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION The number of breeding pairs of Southern Giant Petrels at Heard Island, the McDonald Islands, and in colonies ...


19. Conservation of plant biodiversity in Antarctica - a genetic approach [ASAC_2152]
Samples from Macquarie Island were collected between 1998 and 1999. Samples from Heard Island were collected during 2000. Terrestrial vegetation in Antarctica is restricted to isolated populations ...


20. Copepod faecal pellets and carbon flux in the coastal sea-ice zone [Copepods]
This dataset contains samples collected at O'Gorman Rocks and Ellis Fjord near Davis station from December 1997 to March 1998. Depth-stratified zooplankton samples were obtained for determination ...


21. DMS, DMSP, DMSO measurements Minicosm Experiment, Davis 2002-03 [UV_DMS_MINICOSM]
Dimethylsulfide and its precursors and derivatives constitute a major sulfate aerosol source. This dataset incorporates the potential for increased UV radiation effects due to stratospheric ozone ...


22. Daily broad-band ultra-violet radiation observations using biologically effective UVR detectors [ARPANSA_BIO]
This dataset also forms part of the set of State of the Environment (SOE) indicators. INDICATOR DEFINITION Daily measurements of solar Ultra-Violet radiation at Casey and Davis stations, reported ...


23. Davis Medium Frequency Middle Atmosphere Radar Winds [Davis_MFSA_Radar]
This dataset contains wind speed and direction in the middle atmosphere above Davis, Antarctica. The experiment runs continuously. Data are collected and stored every two minutes (excluding downtime ...


24. Davis Station Antarctica Ice Thickness Data [AADC-00108]
This dataset contains records of ice thickness and snow thickness from Davis Antarctica. Measurements were attempted on a weekly basis and have been recorded since 1957 and are ongoing, although data ...


25. Davis Station GIS Dataset update from various sources [gis104]
The Australian Antarctic Data Centre's Davis Station GIS data were originally mapped from aerial photography (February 11, 12 1997). Refer to the metadata record 'Davis Station GIS Dataset'. Since ...


26. Distribution and Viability of Zooplankton Eggs from Anoxic Sediments from the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica [ASAC_706]
Data set contains sediment cores from three saline lakes in the Vestfold Hills. The three lakes are Ace Lake, Lake Pendant and Lake Abraxas. Short cores from each lake are sectioned into 1 cm intervals. ...


27. Drainage modelling for Australia's year-round Stations in Antarctica and at Macquarie Island [stations_drainage_modelling]
This GIS dataset is the result of modelling of surface water drainage for Australia's year-round stations in Antarctica (Casey, Davis, Mawson) and at Macquarie Island. This was done by the Australian ...


28. Dynamical Variability of the Lower Atmosphere [AAS_3140]
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 3140 See the link below for public details on this project. Public Summary A thorough understanding of the coupling and dynamics of the Antarctic ...


29. Easily measured call attributes can detect vocal differences between Weddell seals from two areas (Casey and Davis). [ASAC_2122]
Underwater vocalisations of Weddell seals were recorded at Casey (1997) and Davis (1992 and 1997) Antarctica. The goal of the study was to determine if it would be possible to identify geographic ...


30. Ecology and Zoogeography of Parasites of Antarctic Fish [ASAC_67]
The body surface, mouth, gills, internal organs and tissues of 368 teleost fish of 26 species from Prydz Bay, Heard Island, Macquarie Island, Davis Station and Casey Station in Antarctica were examined ...


31. Fast ice thickness at Davis, Mawson and Casey [SOE_fast_ice_thickness]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION Regular measurements of the thickness of the fast ice, and of the snow cover that forms on it, are made through ...


32. Hydrographic survey HI468 by the RAN Australian Hydrographic Service at Davis, January to March 2010 [HI468_hydrographic_survey]   PARENT METADATA
The RAN Australian Hydrographic Service conducted hydrographic survey HI468 at Davis, January to March 2010. The survey was conducted jointly with Geoscience Australia and the Australian Antarctic ...


33. Investigation of virus biodiversity in Antarctic terrestrial plants [ASAC_2153]
Samples from Macquarie Island were collected between 1998 and 2004. Samples from Heard Island were collected during 2000. Continental samples were collected between 2004 and 2006. This project aims ...


34. Leopard and Weddell seal program [ASAC_1144]
2000/2001 season 31 quad based surveys were conducted along the pack-ice edge to identify where leopard seals could be accessed. 31 one hour aerial surveys were also conducted to identify the position ...


35. Lidar Studies of Atmospheric Structure, Dynamics and Climatology [lidar]
The lidar profiles density, temperature, wind velocity and aerosol loading from the lower troposphere to the upper mesosphere, depending on operating mode. Two main measurement techniques are employed. ...


36. List of voyages and station parties between 1947 and 1989 in which Australians participated, including winter and some summer personnel [voyages]
This document contains detailed descriptions of voyages undertaken by Australians or in which Australians participated in between 1947 and 1989. It also includes lists of wintering personnel at Heard ...


37. Mapping field program survey report summer 2002/2003 [survey_2002-03_V2_V5]
Taken from sections of the Report: The 2002-03 Mapping and Geographic Information Program (MAGIP) field season was undertaken from Davis Station. Nigel Peters from Sinclair Knight Merz undertook ...


38. Mapping the GPS total electron content and scintillation activity at southern higher latitudes during high sunspot numbers [ASAC_1121]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1121 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Improved knowledge on the state of the ionosphere in the ...


39. Mean sea level [SOE_Mean_Sea_Level]
INDICATOR DEFINITION This indicator reports on the deviation of the annual mean sea level from the long-term sea level record. TYPE OF INDICATOR There are three types of indicators used in this report: ...


40. Measuring the effects of human activity on Weddell Seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) [ASAC_1148_Weddells]
The number of people travelling to Antarctica is growing, with much of the recent increase in visitor numbers attributable to an expansion in commercial tourism (Enzenbacher 1992; 1994). Most visitors ...


41. Midwinter atmospheric temperature at altitude ~87km [SOE_Hydroxyl]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. See the metadata record "Davis_OH_airglow" for access to these data. INDICATOR DEFINITION Midwinter atmospheric temperatures ...


42. Monitoring of the Antarctic geomagnetic field and VLF variations for trends [ASAC_507]
The interaction between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field creates a vast magnetic cavity within the solar wind flow, known as the magnetosphere. Through various solar wind-magnetosphere ...


43. Monthly electricity usage at Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_SFU]
INDICATOR DEFINITION The amount of electricity (kWh) used at Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island stations as measured on a monthly basis and reported in the monthly reports from the Station ...


44. Monthly fuel usage of the generator sets and boilers at Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_generator_boiler_fuel_usage]
INDICATOR DEFINITION The quantity of fuel used by generator sets and boilers at Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island stations as measured on a monthly basis and reported in the monthly reports ...


45. Monthly highest air temperatures for Australian Antarctic stations. [SOE_monthly_max_temp]
INDICATOR DEFINITION Monthly highest temperatures obtained from observed daily maximum temperatures for Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island. TYPE OF INDICATOR ...


46. Monthly incinerator fuel usage of Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_incinerator_fuel_usage]
INDICATOR DEFINITION The quantity of fuel used for incinerators at Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island stations as measured on a monthly basis and reported in the monthly reports from the Station ...


47. Monthly lowest air temperatures for Australian Antarctic stations. [SOE_monthly_min_temp]
INDICATOR DEFINITION Monthly lowest temperatures obtained from observed daily minimum temperatures for Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie Island. TYPE OF INDICATOR There ...


48. Monthly mean air temperatures for Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_monthly_mean_temp]
INDICATOR DEFINITION Monthly means of three-hourly temperatures for Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, Mawson, Macquarie Island and Heard Island. TYPE OF INDICATOR There are three types ...


49. Monthly mean atmospheric pressure for Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_air_pressure]
INDICATOR DEFINITION Monthly means of three-hourly pressures, reduced to mean sea level, for Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, Mawson, Macquarie Island and Heard Island. TYPE OF INDICATOR ...


50. Monthly mean lower stratospheric temperatures above Australian Antarctic stations. [SOE_low_strato]
INDICATOR DEFINITION Monthly means of daily temperatures at the 100hPa level (lower stratosphere), from radiosonde soundings above Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, Mawson and Macquarie ...


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