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1. 2013 Antarctic Blue Whale Voyage to the Southern OCean [AAS_4102_2013_Antarctic_Blue_Whale_Voyage]   CHILD METADATA
This metadata record is a parent for all data collected during the 2013 Antarctic Blue Whale Voyage. Description of specific data sets can be found in the Voyage Science Plan and within child datasets.

2. Terrestrial laser scanning observations of geomorphic changes and varying lava lake levels at Erebus volcano (Jones, L. et al.) [L.Jones_JVGR_Erebus_volcano_lava_lake_TLS_1]   PARENT METADATA
A Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) instrument was used to image the topography of the Main Crater at Erebus volcano each December in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Our high-spatial resolution TLS scans provide ...

3. Thermal camera system and lava lake motion and degassing at Erebus, Antarctica [N.Peters_2014pubs_Erebus_FLIR_1]   PARENT METADATA
Studies of Erebus volcano's active lava lake have shown that many of its observable properties (gas composition, surface motion and radiant heat output) exhibit cyclic behaviour with a period of ~10 ...

4. COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center version 4.0 Data [CDAAC_COSMIC_DATA]
The UCAR COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center (CDAAC) provides HAMP, SAC-C and GPS/MET data using the CDAAC 2.0 software. Data access is free, but users must submit a data agreement. Data and ...

5. Measurement of ionosphere activity from the Beacon satellite launched in 1964 [K002_1969_1970_NZ_2]
The Polar Ionosphere Beacon Satellite Program, S-66, was for the purpose of ionospheric research. The S-66 program aimed to make possible a synoptic study of the ionosphere as it varies in time and ...

6. Analyzed Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) Data from the Crustal Dynamics Data Information System (CDDIS) [EARTH_CRUST_TECT_CDDIS_SLR_ANL4]
Satellite Laser Ranging precisely measures laser signals bounced off reflectors mounted on satellites. The satellite orbit and timing of the signal is very precise. This method can fix ...

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