2013-2014 Science Planning Summaries
U.S. Antarctic Program - Science Support Section United States Antarctic Program United States Antarctic Program Logo National Science Foundation Logo
 
 
Click column headers to sort results.
USAP Station Index:
Palmer Station
Return to Science Planning Summary Indexes Print this Page
Principal Investigator Comments have been sorted by this column in descending order Event No. Project Title
Anderson, Kent G-090-P/S Global seismograph station at South Pole and Palmer Stations
Bench, Shelley B-018-P Postdoctoral research fellowship
Butler, James O-264-P Collection of atmospheric air for the NOAA/GMD worldwide flask-sampling network
Comstock, Allyson W-492-P Antarctica: Micro, macro and in-between
Corbett, David O-176-L/P Submarine groundwater and freshwater inputs along the Western Antarctic Peninsula
Ducklow, Hugh C-045-L/P Palmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Looking back in time through marine ecosystem space, microbial ecology component
Fraser, Bill C-013-L/P Palmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Looking back in time through marine ecosystem space, apex predator component
Hosticka, Bouvard T-998-P Operation and maintenance of a CTBT radionuclide monitoring station at Palmer Station
Kohut, Josh B-005-P Collaborative Research: Impacts of local oceanographic processes on Adélie penguin foraging ecology
Moore, Robert A-109-M/P/S Antarctic ELF/VLF observations of Q-bursts, radio atmospherics, and energetic particle precipitation
Roberts, Gregory O-215-L/P In-situ observations of maritime sources/sinks of aerosol and cloud condensation nuclei at Palmer Station, Antarctica: Portable AERosol Observing System (PAEROS) pilot phase
Saba, Grace B-068-P Synergistic effects of elevated carbon dioxide and temperature on the metabolism, growth, and reproduction of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba)
Schofield, Oscar C-019-L/P Palmer Long Term Ecological Research (LTER): Looking back in time through marine ecosystem space, phytoplankton component
Surgent, April W-489-P 21st Century Antarctica - The Science and Landscape of Palmer Station
Wu, Qian A-132-P Thermospheric neutral wind observation in the Antarctica Peninsula
Yen, Jeannette B-048-P Ocean acidification: Pteropod swimming behavior as a bioassay for ocean acidification
Yu, Zicheng G-094-P Response of carbon accumulation in moss peatbanks to past warm climates in the Antarctic Peninsula
Return to Science Planning Summary Indexes Return to top of page
Project Indexes
Find information about current USAP projects using the principal investigator, event number station, and other indexes.
Project Search
Looking for a particular project? Search by project title, or project team member here.
2013-2014 Field Season Other Information: Home Page Station Schedules Air Operations Staffed Field Camps Event Numbering System
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share This Site on Pinterest Subscribe to USAP RSS Feeds Share Via Email
Curator: Esther L. Hill PhD, Antarctic Support Contract   |   NSF Official: Alexandra Isern, Division of Polar Programs