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Project Title/Abstract/Map NSF Award(s) Date Created PIs / Scientists Dataset Links and Repositories
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None 2023-10-13 Hui, Fengming; Scambos, Ted
Distribution of blue ice areas in Antarctica derived from Landsat ETM+ and Modis images
USAP-DC
Collaborative Research: Sea ice as a driver of Antarctic benthic macroalgal community composition and nearshore trophic connectivity

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2020-06-04 Amsler, Charles; McClintock, James; Iken, Katrin; Galloway, Aaron; Klein, Andrew
Macroalgal species collected along horizontal transect components
USAP-DC
Landsat Sea Ice/Cloud classifications surrounding project study sites
USAP-DC
Modelled Solar Irradiance for Western Antarctic Pennisula
USAP-DC
Five year mean annual and summer sea ice concentration grids for the Western Antarctic Peninsula from AMSR2, National Ice Center Charts and the Sea Ice Index
USAP-DC
Gridded sea ice concentrations from National Ice Center (NIC) Charts 2014-2019 for Western Antarctic Peninsula
USAP-DC
Sea Ice Concentration Timeseries for study sites
USAP-DC
Average global horizontal solar irradiance at study sites
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VIIRS KD(490) diffuse attenuation coefficients for study sites
USAP-DC
Computed fetch for project study sites
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Underwater video transect community analysis data
USAP-DC
Underwater transect videos used for community analyses
USAP-DC
LMG1904 expedition data
R2R
Carbon and nitrogen isotope data along a gradient at the Antarctic Peninsula
USAP-DC
Latitude and longitude data for project study sites
USAP-DC
Collaborative Research: Water on the Antarctic Ice Sheet: Quantifying Surface Melt and Mapping Supraglacial Lakes

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2020-03-16 Moussavi, Mahsa; Pope, Allen; Trusel, Luke
Supraglacial Lakes in Antarctica
USAP-DC
Collaborative Research; IPY: Ocean-Ice Interaction in the Amundsen Sea sector of West Antarctica

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2014-12-30 Truffer, Martin; Stanton, Timothy; Bindschadler, Robert; Behar, Alberto; Nowicki, Sophie; Anandakrishnan, Sridhar; Holland, David; McPhee, Miles G.
Borehole Temperatures at Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica
USAP-DC
Automatic Weather Station Pine Island Glacier
USAP-DC
Ocean-Ice Interaction in the Amundsen Sea Sector of West Antarctica
USAP-DC
Model Studies of Surface Water Behavior on Ice Shelves

0944248
2013-12-21 MacAyeal, Douglas
Go to the NSIDC and search for the data.
NSIDC
Standing Water Depth on Larsen B Ice Shelf
USAP-DC
Collaborative Research: Ice-flow history of the Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica

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0739372
2012-05-30 Conway, Howard; Catania, Ginny; Markowski, Michael; Macgregor, Joseph A.; Andrews, Alan G.; Fudge, T. J.
Coastal and Terminus History of the Eastern Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica, 1972 - 2011
USAP-DC
Ice Flow History of the Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica
USAP-DC
Collaborative Research: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and Their Potential Effect on Ice Core Interpretation

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2006-01-04 Courville, Zoe; Cathles, Mac; Scambos, Ted; Bauer, Rob; Fahnestock, Mark; Haran, Terry; Shuman, Christopher A.; Albert, Mary R.
Snow and Firn Permeability: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation
USAP-DC
The Antarctic Glaciological Data Center (AGDC) at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) archives and distributes Antarctic glaciological and cryospheric system data collected by the U.S. Antarctic Program.
NSIDC
GPR and GPS Data: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and their Potential Effects on Ice Core Interpretation
USAP-DC
Access AGDC data online by navigating to Data Sets. Data sets are arranged by Principal Investigators. Access data that are combined into multiple data sets, or compiled products.
NSIDC
AWS Data: Characteristics of Snow Megadunes and Their Potential Effect on Ice Core Interpretation
USAP-DC