2003-2004 USAP Field Season

Palmer Station

 
Event #NSF/OPP Award #PI Last NamePI First NameProject Title
B-022-L/P01-25181AmslerCharlesThe chemical ecology of shallow-water marine macroalgae and invertebrates on the Antarctic Peninsula
W-218-P.BledsoeLucyPalmer Station children's novel
G-090-P/SEAR 00-04370ButlerRhettIRIS - Global Seismograph Station at South Pole
B-003-P02-30579DayThomasResponse of terrestrial ecosystems along the Antarctic Peninsula to a changing climate
B-045-L/P02-17282DucklowHughPalmer Long Term Ecological Research Project (LTER): Climate, ecological migration, and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment
B-013-L/P02-17282FraserWilliamPalmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Climate, ecological migration, and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment
B-198-P01-30525FraserWilliamMonitoring the human impact and environmental variability on Adelie Penguins at Palmer Station
O-264-PNOAA/NSF agreementHofmannDavidCollection of atmospheric air for the NOAA/CMDL worldwide flask sampling network
A-306-P02-33955InanUmranGlobal thunderstorm activity and its effects on the radiation belts and the lower ionosphere
O-204-P/SATM 00-00923KeelingRalphA study of atmospheric oxygen variability in relation to annual to decadal variations in terrestrial and marine ecosystems
B-028-L/P02-17282QuetinLangdonPalmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Climate, ecological migration, and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment
O-275-P/SMOU with DOESandersonColinRemote Atmospheric Measurements Program (RAMP) of the University of Miami / U.S. Department of Energy's Environmental Measurements Lab
B-032-L/P02-17282SmithRaymondPalmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Climate, ecological migration, and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment
B-016-L/P02-17282VernetMariaPalmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Climate, ecological migration, and teleconnections in an ice-dominated environment