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1. Atmospheric aerosol number concentration [UM0506_28_atmospheric_aerosol]
The atmospheric aerosol number concentration was measured with an optical particle counter. Ambient air was sampled with an inlet located on the upper deck.


2. Size distribution of suspended particles [UM0506_29_size_distribution]
The size distribution of suspended particles was measured with an coulter counter. The size distribution is an important factor in scattering process of radiative transfer in water.


3. Size distribution of suspended particles - UM0405_29_size_distribution [UM0405_29_size_distribution]
The size distribution of suspended particles was measured with an coulter counter. The size distribution is an important factor in scattering process of radiative transfer in water.


4. A digital repository of voyage, station, flight and traverse reports completed as part of the Australian Antarctic Program (AAP, ANARE). [Reports_AAD]
This repository contains a collection voyage reports, station reports and traverse reports completed as part of the Australian Antarctic Program (AAP), previously known as the Australian National ...


5. Aerosol optical thickness [UM0506_26_aerosol_optical]
The aerosol optical thickness was measured with a sunphotometer. The measurement was conducted only clear sky condition.


6. Aerosol optical thickness - UM0405_26_aerosol_optical [UM0405_26_aerosol_optical]
The aerosol optical thickness was measured with a sunphotometer. The measurement was conducted only clear sky condition.


7. Metal concentration in atmospheric aerosols [UM0506_27_metal_concentration]
The metal concentration in atmospheric aerosols was measured with an ICP-MS. The aerosol was collected on a Teflon filter in a weather shield located on the front of upper deck. To avoid a ship exhaust ...


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