2022-2023 Science Planning Summary
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2022-2023 USAP Field Season
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Ainley, David B-031-M/N NSFGEO-NERC Collaborative Research: P2P: Predators to Plankton – Biophysical controls in Antarctic polynyas
Bart, Philip G-431-N Unpinning of the Ross Ice Shelf from Ross Bank
Bik, Holly B-252-N Do molecular data support high endemism and divergent evolution of Antarctic marine nematodes and their host-associated microbiomes?
Bluth, Laura T-988-N Protected Species Observers for Bart (G-431)
Coffin, Richard O-269-N Collaborative Research: Gas Hydrate Contribution to the Ross Sea Carbon Budget; Shallow Sediment to Water Column; Present and Future
Gerken, Sarah B-010-N Collaborative Research: ANT LIA Cumacean -Omics to Measure Mode of Adaptation to Antarctica (COMMAA)
Halanych, Kenneth B-305-N Collaborative Research: Have trans-Antarctic dispersal corridors impacted Antarctic marine biodiversity?
Hummon, Julia T-933-L/N University of Hawaii Data Acquisition System (UHDAS) support
Kocot, Kevin B-237-N CAREER: Revolutionizing biodiversity and systematics research on Aplacophora (Mollusca) and training the next generation of invertebrate systematists
Learman, Deric B-014-N Collaborative Research: Connecting metagenome potential to microbial function: Investigating microbial degradation of Complex Organic Matter Antarctic Benthic Sediments
McDonald, Birgitte B-245-M/N CAREER: Foraging ecology and physiology of Emperor penguins in the Ross Sea
Munro, David O-214-L/N Investigating biogeochemical fluxes and linkages to climate change with multi-scale observations in the Drake Passage
Sarmiento, Jorge O-271-N Southern Ocean Carbon and climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM)
Weissburg, Marc B-198-L/N/P Collaborative Research: Individual based approaches to understanding krill distributions and aggregations
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