2019-2020 Science Planning Summaries
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2019-2020 USAP Field Season
Project Indexes

USAP Station Index

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Chereskin, Teresa O-317-L Southern Ocean current observations from the U.S. Antarctic research vessels
Costa, Daniel B-232-L Foraging ecology and physiology of the leopard seal
Dolk, Shaun X-592-L/N NOAA’s Global Drifter Program (GDP)
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
Fraser, William C-013-L/P Palmer, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Land-shelf-ocean connectivity, ecosystem resilience and transformation in a sea-ice influenced pelagic ecosystem
Friedlaender, Ari C-024-L/P Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Whale Component
Girton, James O-202-L Wave glider observations of surface fluxes and mixed-layer processes in the Southern Ocean
Hummon, Julia T-933-L/N University of Hawaii Data Acquisition System (UHDAS) support
Krause, Douglas X-591-L Cape Shirreff
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 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
Scowcroft, Gail Y-604-L EAGER: Antarctic Broadcasts: Broader Impacts Through Telepresence (ABBITT)
Sprintall, Janet O-260-L The Drake Passage high-density XBT program
Steinberg, Deborah C-020-L/P Palmer, Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER): Land-shelf-ocean connectivity, ecosystem resilience and transformation in a sea-ice influenced pelagic ecosystem
Teets, Nicholas B-046-L Mechanisms of adaptation to terrestrial Antarctica through comparative physiology and genomics of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic insects
Watters, George B-006-L NOAA / AMLR
Weissburg, Marc B-198-L/P Individual based approaches to understanding krill distributions and aggregations
Yu, Zicheng G-094-L Reconstructing late Holocene ecosystem and climate shifts from peat records in the western Antarctic Peninsula
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