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1. Trapped Gas Composition and Chronology of the Vostok Ice Core, Version 1 [NSIDC-0311_1]
This data set includes a time scale for the Vostok ice core, retrieved from Vostok Station on the East Antarctic Plateau.


2. Vertical electric field - Vostok from 2006-2011 [ASAC_974_2]
These data are collected under a collaborative arrangement between the Australian Antarctic Division (Principal Investigator: Gary Burns) and the Russian Antarctic Expeditions (Most-recent contact: ...


3. Vertical electric field - Vostok from 2006-2011; processed 20-minute averages [AAS_974_Vostok_2006to2011_20min]
These data are collected under a collaborative arrangement between the Australian Antarctic Division (Principal Investigator: Gary Burns) and the Russian Antarctic Expeditions (Most-recent contact: ...


4. Absolute vertical electric field data raw and selected data - Vostok from 2006-2011; processed 1-minute averages [AAS_974_Vostok_2006to2011_1min]
These data are collected under a collaborative arrangement between the Australian Antarctic Division (Principal Investigator: Gary Burns) and the Russian Antarctic Expeditions (Most-recent contact: ...


5. Corrosivity Mapping of Antarctica utilising exposure of standard alloy coupons [ASAC_537]
Antarctica is the world's coldest, driest, highest and least polluted continent. Accepted wisdom is that atmospheric corrosion rates in Antarctica should be low because of the extreme dry cold. ...


6. Geoelectrical environment - Vostok - 1998 to 2004 [ASAC_974_1]
These data were collected under a collaborative arrangement between the Australian Antarctic Division (Principal Investigator: Gary Burns) and the Russian Antarctic Expeditions (Chief Russian Investigator: ...


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