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1. Chemistry data of surface snow collected during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_10]
Snow samples for chemistry purposes were collected every 10-km. Samples are for major ion analysis, stable isotope analysis and trace metal elements. Sampling was done from top 10-20 cm of the snow. ...


2. Surface meteorological data during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_2]
Meteorological observations were carried out during the over snow traverse once a day at 12:00 GMT. We measured air pressure (Pa), air temperature (Ta), wind direction (WD) and wind speed (WS) with ...


3. Video records and photo records of the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_1]
The Japanese Swedish Antarctic Expedition, JASE, is a joint contribution to the International Polar Year. The tracked-vehicles-based expedition made use of two start points, the Japanese Syowa Station ...


4. Chemistry data of shallow snow samples during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_20]
To better understand how environmental signals are fixed in the snow stratification, two 4m deep pits and two 2m deep pits were dug at several locations. Snow samples were collected for purposes of ...


5. Investigation of physical structure of snow stratification during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_15]
To better understand physical structure of snow stratification, a 1m deep pit was dug at every camp site. The following items were investigated: (i) density with 3 cm resolution, (ii) dielectric permittivity ...


6. Investigation of physical structure of snow stratification during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_19]
To better understand physical structure of the snow stratification, two 4m deep pits and two 2m deep pits were dug at several locations. The following items were investigated: (i) density with 3 cm ...


7. Physical properties of shallow snow samples during the JASE traverse 2007/2008 [NIPR_JASE_21]
To better understand how environmental signals are fixed in snow stratification, two 4m deep pits and two 2m deep pits were dug at several locations. Snow samples were collected for purposes of physical ...


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