3 edition of Antarctic research priorities for the 1990s found in the catalog.
Antarctic research priorities for the 1990s
Australia. Antarctic Science Advisory Committee.
by Dept. of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories in [Canberra]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||G877 .A93 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||94119399|
The report, which offers a strategic vision to guide the U.S. Antarctic Program at the National Science Foundation over the next 10 years, also . Current Research Christine Siddoway currently has three Antarctic research are: “Uncovering the Ross Ocean and Ice Shelf Environment and Tectonic setting Through Aerogeophysical Surveys and Modeling (ROSETTA-ICE)” ; “Ice sheet erosional Interaction with Hot geotherm in West Antarctica” ; and, as a participant scientist in IODP, “Amundsen Sea West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Cornelia Lüdecke () is a German polar researcher and author. A leading figure in the history of German polar research and the history of meteorology and oceanography, she founded the Expert Group on History of Antarctic Research within the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Alma mater: Ludwig Maximilians University. international scientific research in the Antarctic region. • The scientific business is conducted by SCAR Science Groupswhich represent the scientific disciplines active in Antarctic research. • SCAR provides objective, independent scientific advice to theAntarctic Treaty Consultative Meetingsand other organizations such as the UNFCCC& IPCC.
Our research is directed by the Australian Antarctic Strategic Plan –12 to – Our science supports Australia’s role in many international treaty bodies including the: Committee for Environmental Protection of the Antarctic Treaty. The significance of Antarctic science to Canada. The Antarctic, protected by international treaty for “peace and science”, comprises one-sixth of the planet occupying nearly 14 million km2 of landmass south of 60 degrees latitude 1, cold, and predominantly ice-covered continent has provided some important scientific insights over : Polar Knowledge Canada.
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One of the top priorities for Antarctic research is to learn how Antarctic life evolved and survived (Kennicutt et al., ). Low temperatures, strong winds, low air humidity (as low as 5% in some Antarctic oases), snow storms.
19 volumes, An authoritative outlet for biological and physical research conducted in Antarctica. The series was designed to complement Antarctic field work, much of which consists of cooperative, interdisciplinary projects.
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Ongoing priorities for future Antarctic atmospheric research are: • Refining the details about teleconnections between low, mid, and high latitudes. •Cited by: 1. Originally published inthis book lists Antarctic expeditions and related historical events from ancient times to the time of publication.
With entries, covering the period from BC toit is a completely revised and expanded version of a list complied by Dr Brian Roberts and first published in The addition of maps, references and an index containing approximately Reviews: 2.
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Life Sciences Scientific Research Programmes: State of the Antarctic Ecosystem - AntEco. This Scientific Research Programme aims to increase the scientific knowledge of biodiversity, from genes to ecosystems that, coupled with increased knowledge of species biology, can be used for the conservation and management of Antarctic ecosystems.
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There is extensive coverage of the NSF Office of Polar Programs (OPP) which manages basic research and operational support in the Arctic and the : U.S.
Government. Six priorities for Antarctic science. 7 August The official outcomes of the 1 st SCAR Antarctic and Southern Ocean Science Horizon Scan were published online today as a Comment in Nature (, 23–25; ) entitled “Six priorities for Antarctic science”.
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January on Bird Island. Statistically significant increases in sea ice extent have been observed in the northern WAP since the late s (Turner et al., ), and an increase in both the extent and duration of sea ice cover, and its interannual variability, have been observed in the coastal WAP since the late s ( by: The aurora australis over the German Antarctic research base, Neumayer-Station III.
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Through the Office of Polar Programs (OPP), the NSF provides grants to scientists at U.S. institutions, Federal agencies, and other research organizations to conduct research in Antarctica as well as analytical research at home institutions.The United States Antarctic Research Report to the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR): Number 32 - Get This Book Buy Paperback | $ MyNAP members save 10% online.