Glaciology and Meteorology of Anvers Island: Meteorological Conditions at Palmer Station, Antarctica, 1965-1967, Volume 4
Creators:Rundle, Arthur S.
Keywords:Surface meteorology--Palmer Station, Antarctica
Anvers Island, Antarctica
Air temperature data--Marr Ice Piedmont, Antarctica
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Publisher:Research Foundation and the Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University
Citation:Rundle, Arthur S. 1975. Glaciology and Meteorology of Anvers Island: Meteorological Conditions at Palmer Station, Antarctica, 1965-1967, Volume 4. Institute of Polar Studies Report No. 53, Research Foundation and the Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University, 123 pages.
Series/Report no.:Institute of Polar Studies Report No. 53
This volume constitutes the final report on the surface meteorology-program conducted at Palmer Station by Ohio State University scientists between February 1, 1965, and December 31, 1967. It contains a breakdown and condensation of data previously published in two preliminary data reports (Rundle et al., 1968; Rundle and DeWitt, 1968) and of data made available by R.A. Honkala, who directed the field program in 1967. It also contains air temperature data from an ice station at approximately 300 m elevation on the Marr Ice Piedmont. It is essentially a data report.
U.S. National Science Foundation Grants GA-165, GA-747 and GV-32873.
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