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1. Biodiversity of the nitrogen-fixing microbes of the Antarctic origin [MARPusm06]
Nitrogen fixation is essential because it is the only way that organisms can attain nitrogen directly from the atmosphere. Nitrogen-fixing bacteria can exist either in the form of symbiotic relationships ...


2. Diversity of Cultivable Bacteria and Those with Anti-microbial Activities [MARPums2006]
Bacteria biomass, bacteria identities, and bacteria with ability to produce anti-microbial compounds were among the data generated from this project. This project was undertaken to elucidate the ...


3. Microbial Diversities and Nutrient Profiling Around Maldonado Station, Antarctica: Distribution, Abundance And Physiology Of Fungi, Algae And Bacteria [MARPum-umt08]
In general, data on terrestrial and marine microbiology in many parts of Antarctica including the Antarctica Peninsula is not well-established. Unlike many other continents, the geographical location ...


4. Polar-Equatorial Geospace Ionospheric, Magnetic Storms, and Water Vapour Characterization For the Advancement of Space Weather Prediction – A Malaysian Participation in ICESTAR Programme [MARPukm07]
The major objectives of this project are as follows: Main Objective To quantify and understand the similarities and differences of the lower and upper atmosphere, magnetic storms, and water vapour ...


5. Preliminary Survey on Surface Coverage around Pedro Vicente Maldonado Station, Antarctica [MARPumt-um082]
A preliminary survey on the surface coverage at the headland of Greenwich Island was conducted on 11 February 2008 during late summer in Antarctica by using a 1 m2 quadrate. The survey was conducted ...


6. Profiling hydrocarbons and nutrient distribution and mobility around Pedro Vicente Maldonado Station, Antarctica [MARumt08]
Chemical transport occurs lateral and vertically. This project aims to study mobility and transportation of chemicals in Antarctica. Lateral transport of essential elements in an ecosystem is the ...


7. Response of Polar, Tropical and Temperate Microalgae to Global Warming and Increased UV Radiation (UVR). [marpum07algae]
The data collected from this cruise are important in answering the following research questions on the marine ecosystems of the Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea: 1. What are the relationships among productivity, ...


8. STUDIES ON PSYCHROPHILES FROM ANTARCTICA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THEIR ANTI-MICROBIAL AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES [MARPums07]
Bacteria biomass, bacteria identities and bacteria with ability to produce anti-microbial compounds were among the data generated from this project. The major objectives of this project ...


9. Ground Truth Measurements for Snow and Sea Ice at the Ice Shelf and Sea Ice of Ross Island, Antarctica. [MARPmmu08]
This data set consists of ground truth measurements for snow and sea ice conducted at the ice shelf (Willies Field) and the sea ice (Cape Armitage, McMurdo Sound and Cape Evans) at Ross Island, Antarctica. ...


10. Ground truth measurements for Ross Island, Antarctica. [MARPmmu07]
This data set consist of ground truth measurements of snow, sea ice and ice shelf at Ross Island, Antarctica. In the study of microwave remote sensing, ground truth measurements play an important ...


11. Mircowave remote sensing scattering parameters [MARPmmu06]
This data set consists of ground truth measurements of snow and sea ice in Ross Island, Antarctica. In the study of microwave remote sensing, field measurements or in-situ data collections play an ...


12. Preliminary studies on diversity of soil microfungi from Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard [marp0801]
Preliminary results of microfungi isolated from soils of Ny-?lesund, Svalbard, Norway during the familiarisation trip in July 2006 will be presented. Twenty three soil samples were collected during ...


13. Prokaryote diversity in Antarctic soils and sediments [mybactum1]
Prokaryotes community structures of eight distinct sites around Casey Station, Antarctica were investigated by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of amplified 16S rDNA fragments. Twelve ...


14. Occurrence of soil microfungi in Beaulfort Island, Ross Sea, Antarctica [myfungium]
Soil samples from Beaufort Island, Ross Sea, Antarctica were collected during austral summer expedition 2004/2005 by the third author. The island is isolated and difficult to access. Very few records ...


15. One-minute interval surface wind data from an array of three Automated weather station (AWS) installed at Willie field, Scott base, Antarctica [mymmu3]
Data is obtained from AWS installed near William's Field on the Ross Ice Shelf (Lat: 77.89733 S, Long: 167.04746 E) which is recorded in the Campbell Scientific data loggers of the AWS at a height ...


16. Microalgal Diversity at Antarctica [algae01]
The major objectives of this project are as follows: 1. To document the biodiversity of microalgae at Antarctica 2. To investigate impacts such as global warming, increased UV radiation and nutrient ...


17. Mircowave remote sensing scattering parameters [MMU02]
This data set consists of ground truth measurements of snow and sea ice in Ross Island, Antarctica. In the study of microwave remote sensing, field measurements or in-situ data collections play an ...


18. Modelling of microwave scattering in sea ice and radar image classification in Ross Island, Antarctica [mmu01]
This data set consists of ground truth measurements of sea ice in Ross Island, Antarctica. In the study of microwave remote sensing, field measurements or in-situ data collections play an important ...


19. Bacterial Biodegradation and Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon [UPMBIOCM]
Antarctica is one of the largest and most pristine wilderness areas left on earth. The main human activities in this area are scientific research, tourism and fishing, and all these activities require ...


20. The concentration of major elements in fresh gneiss rocks (F) and weathered gneiss rocks (W) from Maitri Station, East Antarctica [umsgeo]
Rock weathering is the breakdown and alteration of rock near the earth's surface to produce materials that are more in equilibrium with newly imposed physico-chemical environments. Many rocks were ...


21. A comparative study on floral ecology between Malaysia and Antarctica [ecousm1]
The major objectives of this project are as follows: 1. To determine the composition and distribution of algal flora from a wide range of habitats, which provide a conductive niche for algal population ...


22. One-minute interval surface wind data from an array of three Automated weather station (AWS) installed at Willie field, Scott base, Antarctica [UMWIND01]
Data is obtained from Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) installed near Williams Field on the Ross Ice Shelf (Lat: 77.89733 S, Long: 167.04746 E) which is recorded in the Campbell Scientific data loggers ...


23. Diversity of Cultivable Bacteria and Those with Anti-microbial Activities [umsbact01]
Bacteria biomass, bacteria identities and bacteria with ability to produce anti-microbial compounds were among the data generated from this project. This project was undertaken to elucidate the ...


24. Biodiversity of Antarctic Fungi [fun01]
Continental Antarctica is considered an extreme terrestrial environment, which can be colonized only by microorganisms with high level of adaptation. Microbiological investigations in the southern ...


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