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NBP1002 Bathymetry, Gravity:Anomaly:FreeAir, Gravity:Field, Navigation
USAP:Funded
DIF Record: NBP1002
Ship-based Trackline Geophysical Data (MGD77) from the Antarctic Peninsula acquired during the Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1002 (2010)
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Gravimeter and Subbottom Profiler during Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1002 conducted in 2010 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Jose Torres). 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): Collaborative research: Possible climate−induced change in the distribution of Pleuragramma antarcticum on the Western Antarctic Peninsula shelf., WAP−flux: New Tools to Study the Fate of Phytoplankton Production in the West Antarctic Peninsula, and Reconciling the marine and terrestrial records of glaciation of the South Shetland Islands, and funding was provided by NSF grant(s): ANT07-41348
Torres, Jose
Investigator
University of South Florida
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Gravimeter
L & R:S-33
Device Info
Seismic:Subbottom
Knudsen:320BR
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Navigation
Seatex:Seapath200
Platform
Nathaniel B. Palmer
Lockheed Martin
Awards
Quality
1
A level of processing has been undertaken, ensuring quality control (e.g. ping edited sonar data, edited navigation data).

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