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1. Collaborative Research: Molecular Level Characterization of Organic Matter in Ice Cores using High-resolution FTICR mass spectrometry [hatcher_0739684]
This award supports a project to fully develop the analytical protocols needed to exploit a relatively new technique for the analysis of soluble organic matter in ice core samples. The technique couples ...


2. U.S. Census Grids (Summary File 3), 2000 [CIESIN_SEDAC_USCG_SF3]
U.S. Census Grids (Summary File 3), 2000 contain grids of demographic and socioeconomic data from the year 2000 U.S. census in ASCII and geotiff formats. The grids have a resolution of 30 arc-seconds ...


3. Lichen samples from Terra Nova Bay collected in 2010 [SampleDB_2010_TBN_lichen]
Lichen samples from Terra Nova Bay collected in 2010. Locality, habitat information for 31 lichen samples.


4. Soil samples near Terra Nova Bay in 2012 [KPDC_SS_TNB_2012]
Soil samples near Terra Nova Bay in 2012


5. Soil samples near Terra Nova Bay in 2011 [KPDC_SS_TNB_2011]
Soil samples near Terra Nova Bay in 2011


6. Antarctic Ecosystem: environmental contamination [ECA062]
Although the remote continent of Antarctica is perceived as the symbol of the last great wilderness, the human presence in the Southern Ocean and the continent began in the early 1900s for hunting, ...


7. Aeolian sediment in snow and on sea ice in Western in McMurdo Sound, and the Nansen Ice Shlelf in Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica [K001D_2010_2012_NZ_1]   PARENT DIF
To quantify the distribution, composition and overall flux of aeolian (windblown) sediment that accumulates on Ice shelves and annual sea ice in the SW Ross Sea region and is subsequently released ...


8. Life at the Extreme: Resolving the Genetic Basis of Microbial Endemism in the Super-Heated Soils of Mt Erebus, Antarctica [K023_2008_2012_NZ_1]
The study of high temperature extreme environments continues to challenge our understanding of the upper tolerances of microbial life and how life may have originated on earth and possibly other planets. ...


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