2010-2011 Science Planning Summaries
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2010-2011 Project Indexes
 
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Bockheim, James G-239-E Impact of recent climate warming on active-layer dynamics, permafrost, and soil properties on the western Antarctic Peninsula
Emslie, Steven B-034-E/M Stable isotope analyses of pygoscelid penguin remains from active and abandoned colonies in Antarctica
Fritts, David A-113-E Radar measurements of large- and small-scale dynamics of the MLT on the Antarctic Peninsula with an existing MF radar and a new generation meteor radar at British and Brazilian bases
Kirschvink, Joseph G-436-E Collaborative Research: Upper Cretaceous-lower Paleocene strata from the James Ross Island region: Chemo-, Magneto-, and biomarker tests of intercontinental correlation and extinction hypotheses
MacPhee, Ross G-170-E Vertebrate paleontology of Livingston Island, South Shetlands, Antarctica
Scambos, Theodore C-514-E Collaborative Research in IPY: Abrupt Environmental Change in the Larsen Ice Shelf System, a Multi-disciplinary Approach -- Cryosphere and Oceans (LARISSA)
Steffen, Konrad I-077-E IPY: Stability of Larsen C Ice Shelf in a warming climate
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