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1. Annotated maps and accompanying notes compiled in May 2000 about visible disturbance in the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica [larsemann_visible_disturbance]
Annotated large format maps and accompanying notes compiled in May 2000 about visible disturbance in the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica. The compilation was done by Ewan McIvor ...


2. Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections: 2004 Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI) [CIESIN_SEDAC_CESIC_2004EVI]
The 2004 Environmental Vulnerability Index (EVI) portion of the Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections contains 111 variables for 235 countries and territories. This index ...


3. Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections: Complete Collection, Version 1.1 [CIESIN_SEDAC_CESIC_COMPLETE_V11]
The Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections contains 426 indicators for 239 countries from five major environmental sustainability indicator efforts: the 2006 Environmental ...


4. Landscape Evolution in Transantarctic Mountains [TAM_Geomorph]
The main objective in geomorphology is to understand how the landscapes evolve over time. This sets the limits and constraints to much of other geological research and is central in deciphering the ...


5. Ice-wedge cracking and thermal conditions, Adventdalen, Svalbard [NIPR_ARTIC_TSP_ICE-WEDGE]
Vertical and horizontal movements of ice-wedge troughs, ground temperature and moisture in the active layer and uppermost permafrost (down to 2 m).


6. Bao-Marchant high-resolution ion concentration and multiple stable isotope compositions from soils of the McMurdo Dry Valleys [Bao-Marchant_MDV_high-resolution_soil_ions]
The Bao-Marchant data set is a high-resolution (vertical) concentrations and stable isotope compositions for water-soluble anions and cations form various soils in the MDV. Each soil samples ...


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