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1. A Preliminary Study on Oxygen Isotopes of Ice Cores from Collins Ice Cap, King George Island, Antarctica [1994-1997_S_GW_GG04_AN_ISOTOPE]
Ice-cores of the Collins Ice Cap were all gained through the BZXJ-model ice-core drilling machine newly made by Lanzhou Institute of Glaciology and Geocryology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. ...


2. Chlorophyll A data in Bering Sea and Chuckchi Sea [1999-1999_N_OC_OC03_LO_CHLOROPH]
During the first voyage of Chinese National Arctic Research Expedition, in vivo fluorescence and absolute concentration of Chl-a was determined by the extraction method with TURNER DESIGN Field Fluorometer ...


3. Data set about determination of chlorophyll on Arctic Ocean in Chinese First Arctic Research Expedition in 1999 [1999_Arctic_chlorophyll]
During the first voyage of Chinese National Arctic Research Expedition, in vivo fluorescence and absolute concentration of Chl-a was determined by the extraction method with TURNER DESIGN Field Fluorometer ...


4. Measurement of sea ice thickness and subice morphology in Arctic Ocean using ice penetrating radar [1999-1999_N_OC_GG03_LO_RADAR]
During the first Chinese Arctic Scientific Expedition between July and September in 1999, a ground radio-echo sounding survey was carried out, using a new type of ice penetrating radar system with ...


5. Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) flux in the upper water column in the floating ice area in Chuckchi Sea [1999-1999_N_OC_OC03_LO_POC]
A sediment trap system (with open area 0.033 square meter) was deployed in the floating ice area of Chuckchi Sea (75N,161W) to determine the Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) and particular flux in ...


6. Surface Temperature and Salinity Data in Bering Sea and Chuckchi Sea [1999-1999_N_OC_OC02_LO_ST]
During the first voyage of Chinese National Arctic Research Expedition, at 87 sites along the voyage line and in Bering Sea and Chuckchi Sea, a TS measuring system (YS1) was used to measure temperature, ...


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