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1. Measurements of the physical properties of Antarctic fast ice and their variations throughout the growth season [K213_1986_1987_NZ_1]
The physical properties of Antarctic fast ice were investigated throughout a full year of growth. The aim of the project was three fold; 1) to document the basic physical properties of Antarctic fast ...


2. Seismometer data from calving front of Ross Ice Shelf [MacAyealsea_swell_0229546]
A broad-band seismometer (Guralp 40T, with Quanterra Q330 digitizer/baler) was operated at a site called "Nascent Iceberg" (located on the Ross Ice Shelf about 1 km north of a large rift expected ...


3. Sea level observations in the Southern Ocean from a tide gauge network [688_0_IPEV_FR]
The ROSAME French tide gauge network is complementing several national research programmes using in situ real time sea level observations, in the peri-Antarctic area of the Indian Ocean. These programmes ...


4. Coastal Ocean Processes Experiment (COPE) Remotely-Sensed Radar Data of Coastal Internal Waves [NOAA_ETL_RMOD_COPE]
The Coastal Ocean Processes Experiment (COPE) was a major experiment performed off the Oregon Coast in September and October 1995 to examine the use of radars to remotely sense the surface expressions ...


5. Sea level observations in the Southern Ocean from a tide gauge network [688_0_IPEV_FR]
The ROSAME French tide gauge network is complementing several national research programmes using in situ real time sea level observations, in the peri-Antarctic area of the Indian Ocean. These programmes ...


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