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1. Large scale air-borne sea ice thickness measurements [ASAC_3030]
Data from ASAC project 3030. Public summary for the project: This project will measure the sea ice thickness off East Antarctica, over spatial scales up to hundreds of kilometers. Sea ice is a likely ...


2. Airborne scanning LiDAR of sea ice during SIPEX in 2007 [SIPEX_LiDAR_sea_ice]
This data set is the airborne scanning LiDAR of a suite of different instruments deployed during the Sea Ice Physics and Ecosystems eXperiment (SIPEX) in 2007. Surveys have been flown over sea ice ...


3. Ice floe surveying conducted during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_Ice_Floe_Survey]   PARENT DIF
These data were collected to provide a spatial context for activities on SIPEX-2. Please see the document 'SIPEX II ice floe surveying report' for more detail. Files generated and stored in this dataset ...


4. Ice-physics transect data obtained during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_InSitu_Ice_Physics]   PARENT DIF
This dataset contains in situ measurements of ice thickness, snow thickness, and freeboard along transects on the ice-station floes from the SIPEX2012. Ice cores were collected and snow pits were ...


5. RAPPLS Surveys (Radar, Aerial Photography, Pyrometer, and Laser Scanning system) made during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_RAPPLS]   PARENT DIF
This dataset contains the data collected during the RAPPLS (Radar, Aerial Photography, Pyrometer, and Laser Scanning system) flights that were undertaken as a part of the SIPEX II (Sea Ice Physics ...


6. ASPeCt bridge-based sea-ice observations - 2007 to 2013 [ASPECT_2007_2013]
The Antarctic Sea ice Processes and Climate [ASPeCt] data sets submitted here have been collected systematically from the bridge of an icebreaker, while it transited through the pack ice. Quantifiable ...


7. Aerial photographs of sea ice flown by the Australian Antarctic Division [aerial_photo_sea_ice]   PARENT DIF
The Australian Antarctic Division acquired aerial photographs of sea ice from helicopters using a digital Nikon D1X digital camera during the following voyages: Australian Antarctic Division voyage ...


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