2016-2017 Science Planning Summaries
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2016-2017 USAP Field Season
Project Indexes

USAP Station Index

ARSV Laurence M. Gould

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Chereskin, Teresa O-317-L Southern Ocean current observations from the U.S. Antarctic research vessels
Ducklow, Hugh C-045-L/P Palmer, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Land-shelf-ocean connectivity, ecosystem resilience and transformation in a sea-ice influenced pelagic ecosystem
Girton, James O-226-L/N Sustained measurements of Southern Ocean air-sea coupling from a mobile autonomous platform
Kohut, Josh B-005-L Impacts of local oceanographic processes on Adélie penguin foraging ecology over Palmer Deep
Martinson, Doug C-021-L Palmer, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Land-shelf-ocean connectivity, ecosystem resilience and transformation in a sea-ice influenced pelagic ecosystem
Munro, David O-214-L/N Investigating biogeochemical fluxes and linkages to climate change with multi-scale observations in the Drake Passage
Schofield, Oscar C-019-L/P Palmer, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Land-shelf-ocean connectivity, ecosystem resilience and transformation in a sea-ice influenced pelagic ecosystem
Shuster, David G-413-L Antarctic Peninsula exhumation and landscape development investigated by low-temperature detrital thermochronometry
Sprintall, Janet O-260-L The Drake Passage high-density XBT program
Sprintall, Janet O-260-L The Drake Passage high-density XBT program
St. Laurent, Louis O-204-L Collaborative Research: Autonomous Sampling of Southern Ocean Mixing (AUSSOM)
Stephens, Britton O-404-L Investigating biogeochemical fluxes and linkages to climate change with multi-scale observations in the Drake Passage
Stephens, Britton O-404-L Investigating biogeochemical fluxes and linkages to climate change with multi-scale observations in the Drake Passage
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