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Laurence M. Gould Shipboard ADCP data

A list of all cruises with links to vector and contour plots of the velocity data are provided below. Selecting "examine data" will access an image map of the cruise track. Vector and contour plots have been made for selected sections of the cruise track, normally the southbound and northbound Drake Passage crossings, with other tracks dependent on the particular cruise.

Acknowledgments

The collection, processing and dissemination of these data was carried out by the Chereskin Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD with support from the National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs grant nos. OPP-9816226, ANT-0338103, ANT-0838750, PLR-1341431 and PLR-1542902. Eric Firing and Jules Hummon at the University of Hawaii provide critical support for the data acquisition and processing of these ADCP data through the development and maintenance of the UHDAS and CODAS software.

LMG cruises in 2016



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Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) on the Antarctic Marine Ecosystem : To document/understand the phenology and variability in sea ice dynamics, primary production, zooplankton ecology, Adelie penguin demography, microbial and biogeochemical processes in the Antarctic marine ecosystem.
Jan 2016 - Feb 2016


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Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) on the Antarctic Marine Ecosystem : To document/understand the phenology and variability in sea ice dynamics, primary production, zooplankton ecology, Adelie penguin demography, microbial and biogeochemical processes in the Antarctic marine ecosystem.
Jan 2016 - Feb 2016


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To increase our understanding of current biogeography and diversity by providing in-depth knowledge of soil community composition and complexity as it relates to environmental (above- and belowground) and climatic characteristics; and (2) determine the nature of aboveground-belowground community linkages over varying spatial scales, quantifying how the strength of linkages changes along the gradient.
Feb 2016 - Mar 2016


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To increase our understanding of current biogeography and diversity by providing in-depth knowledge of soil community composition and complexity as it relates to environmental (above- and belowground) and climatic characteristics; and (2) determine the nature of aboveground-belowground community linkages over varying spatial scales, quantifying how the strength of linkages changes along the gradient.
Feb 2016 - Mar 2016


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Thumbnail map showing labeled sections for which data are available lg1603_nb150
Palmer Station Turnover
Mar 2016 - Apr 2016


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Palmer Station Turnover
Mar 2016 - Apr 2016


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To understand the molecular and physiological capacities of Antarctic notothenioid fishes to acclimatize and/or adapt to rapid oceanic warming
Apr 2016 - May 2016


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Thumbnail map showing labeled sections for which data are available lg1604_os38nb
To understand the molecular and physiological capacities of Antarctic notothenioid fishes to acclimatize and/or adapt to rapid oceanic warming
Apr 2016 - May 2016


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Thumbnail map showing labeled sections for which data are available lg1605_nb150
To understand the molecular and physiological capacities of Antarctic notothenioid fishes to acclimatize and/or adapt to rapid oceanic warming
Apr 2016 - May 2016


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Thumbnail map showing labeled sections for which data are available lg1605_os38nb
To understand the molecular and physiological capacities of Antarctic notothenioid fishes to acclimatize and/or adapt to rapid oceanic warming
Apr 2016 - May 2016


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These data were processed at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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