The value of geomagnetic field intensity observed at Jang Bogo Station, Antarctica To investigate the interaction between ionosphere and geomagnetic disturbances
Total electron content in the ionosphere at JBS station, Antarctica Study of the statistical characteristics of ionosphere in southern high latitude
Horizontal neutral wind around 87km, 97km, 250km measured from FPI instrument at JBS station, Antarctica Study of the atmospheric wave activities in MLT and thermosphere regions over the southern high-latitude
Reconstruction of Antarctic ice sheet and ocean history for the past two million years using sediment records
Warming the Arctic surface ocean due to influx of warm Pacific water not only leads to the declining of the sea ice extent but also triggers melting gas hydrate stored in the Arctic Sea floor of the continental shelf areas. Methane (CH4) is the most abundant hydrocarbon in the atmosphere, where it plays a much more effective role as the greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide (CO2). To understand the behavior of gas hydrate in the sediment and to estimate the CH4 fluxes from the sediment through the water column to the atmosphere, we obtained data on water temperature, salinity, density and fluorescence in the water column.
OPC measures the concentration of aerosol for each diameter
King Sejong Station Barton Peninsula, King George Island, Antarctica more infomation
Jang Bogo Station Terra Nova Bay, Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica more infomation
Dasan Station NyÅlesund, Norway, Europe more infomation
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