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1. A database of Scientific Voyages of the Australian Antarctic Programme. [DB_Voyages]
A register of all voyages that contribute to the science of the Australian Antarctic Programme. It includes voyages that opportunistically collect marine data while underway. Details have been gleaned ...


2. Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition 2017: WAMOS data [AAS_4434_ACE_WAMOS]
Raw WAMOS (marine radar) data collected during the 3rd leg of Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition, from the end of January to the end of Marchc 2017. File structure: D1SPEC are the unidirectional ...


3. Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition 2017: motion sensor and GPS data [AAS_4434_ACE_GPS]
Raw GPS and ship motion data collected during the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition 2016/2017. Waves in the Southern Ocean are the biggest on the planet. They exert extreme stresses on the ...


4. Parent metadata record for all metadata created from the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012-2013 season - Sea Ice Physics and Ecosystem eXperiment [SIPEX_II]   CHILD DIFs
More than 50 scientists from eight countries conducted the Sea Ice Physics and Ecosystem eXperiment 2012 (SIPEX-2). The 2012 voyage built on information and observations collected in 2007, by re-visiting ...


5. Wave-ice breakup model for inclusion in CICE [AAS_4123_CICE-Model]
A numerical model of ocean wave interactions with Antarctic sea ice cover, including: (i) attenuation of wave energy due to the ice cover (based on the empirical model of Meylan, Bennetts, Kohout, ...


6. Waves in-ice observations made during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_Waves]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic sea-ice is highly influenced by the dynamic nature of the Southern Ocean. Ocean waves can propagate from tens to hundreds of kilometres into sea-ice, leaving behind a wake of broken ice ...


7. Comparison of theoretical and laboratory models of ocean wave transmission by a group of ice floes [AAS_4123_model_comparisons]
Although the floating sea ice surrounding the Antarctic damps ocean waves, they may still be detected hundreds of kilometres from the ice edge. Over this distance the waves leave an imprint of broken ...


8. Effects of the modulation of the surface shear stress by the wave field in a model of the Southern Ocean [ASAC_2315]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2315 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Project title: EFFECTS OF THE MODULATION OF THE SURFACE ...


9. Further Investigations of the effects of the Nella Dan oil spill at Macquarie Island: Have benthic communities recovered? [ASAC_756]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 756 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of one of the referenced papers: The shore environments of most sub-Antarctic ...


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