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

USAP Station Index

Palmer Station

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Anderson, Kent G-090-M/P/S Global seismograph station at South Pole, Scott Base, and Palmer stations
Butler, James O-264-P Collection of atmospheric air for the NOAA/GMD worldwide flask-sampling network
Doherty, Orla W-222-M/P Frozen Planet II
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
Gerrard, Andrew A-111-M/P/S The next generation of Geospace research facilities at South Pole and McMurdo Stations
Hosticka, Bouvard T-998-P Operation and maintenance of a CTBT radionuclide monitoring station at Palmer Station
Kohut, Josh B-005-N/P Physical mechanisms driving food web focusing on Antarctic biological hotspots
McClintock, James B-027-P Assemblage-wide effects of ocean acidification and ocean warming on ecologically important macroalgal-associated crustaceans in Antarctica
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
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
Taylor, Michael A-119-M/P/S Continental-scale studies of Mesospheric dynamics using the Antarctic Gravity Wave Instrument Network (ANGWIN)
Weissburg, Marc B-198-L/P Individual based approaches to understanding krill distributions and aggregations
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