2013-2014 Science Planning Summaries
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Anderson, Kent G-090-P/S Global seismograph station at South Pole, Scott Base, and Palmer stations
Hansen, Samantha G-061-M CAREER: Deciphering the tectonic history of the Transantarctic Mountains and the Wilkes Subglacial Basin
Harvey, Ralph G-058-M Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET)
Kyle, Phillip G-081-M Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory: Operations, Science, and Outreach (MEVO-OSO)
Lamanna, Matthew G-182-L Late Cretaceous-Paleogene vertebrates from Antarctica: Implications for paleobiogeography, paleoenvironment, and extinction in Polar Gondwana
Levy, Joseph G-080-M Rapid landscape change in Garwood Valley: Monitoring buried glacier melt and exploring “Péwé’s Lost Lake”
Marchant, David G-054-M West Antarctic Ice Sheet stability, alpine glaciation, and climate variability: A terrestrial perspective from cosmogenic-nuclide dating in McMurdo Sound
Swanger, Kate G-085-M Multinuclide approach to systematically evaluate the scatter in surface exposure ages in Antarctica and to develop consistent alpine glacier chronologies
Yu, Zicheng G-094-P Response of carbon accumulation in moss peatbanks to past warm climates in the Antarctic Peninsula
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