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NBP0204 Bathymetry, Gravity:Field
Ship-based Trackline Geophysical Data (MGD77) acquired during the Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP0204 (2002)
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Gravimeter and Subbottom Profiler during Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP0204 conducted in 2002 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Peter Wiebe; Investigator(s): Dr. Robert Beardsley). These data files are of MGD77 format and include Bathymetry, Gravity (Field and Free Air Anomaly) data that were processed during the cruise. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): SO GLOBEC: Krill Physiology and Fish Ecology, SO GLOBEC: Water-column nutrient analysis, SO GLOBEC: Zooplankton distribution, abundance in the water column and sea-ice/water column boundary, SO GLOBEC: Krill distributions, physiology and predation; Copepod Prey Abundance, SO GLOBEC: Seabird distribution and abundance, SO GLOBEC: Krill distribution, physiology, and predations; Copepod prey abundance, SO GLOBEC: Mesoscale Circulation, Tides, and Mixing, SO GLOBEC: Water-column phytoplankton primary productivity, SO GLOBEC: Hydrographic modeling, both biological and physical, SO GLOBEC: Winter distribution and activities of sea-ice microbial communities in the western Antarctic peninsula, and SO GLOBEC: Circulation and Water Property Evolution, and funding was provided by NSF grant(s): OPP01-96489, OPP99-10096, ANT99-10098, ANT99-10100, OPP99-10102, OPP99-10175, OPP99-10263, and OPP99-11731
Beardsley, Robert
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L & R:S-33
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Nathaniel B. Palmer
Lockheed Martin
A level of processing has been undertaken, ensuring quality control (e.g. ping edited sonar data, edited navigation data).

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