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  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 3 1995-96 of the Aurora Australis. This was a non-marine science voyage that departed Fremantle for Casey, Bunger Hills, Mawson, Davis and Law Base, and returned to Hobart. The Marine Science Support Data Quality Report is available via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 2 1995-96 of the Aurora Australis. This was an un-manned resupply voyage with a small marine science component. NoQalms data types were logged at 10-second intervals. The Marine Science Support Data Quality Report is available via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 7 1994-95 of the Aurora Australis. This was an un-manned resupply voyage, but NoQalms data types were logged at 20-second intervals. The observations were taken between April and May 1995 on route from Hobart to Macquarie Island to Casey and back to Hobart. The Marine Science Support Data Quality Report is available via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 1 1994-95 of the Aurora Australis. This was a resupply cruise, with limited marine science being carried out. NoQalms data types were logged at 20-second intervals. The observations were taken between August and October 1995 en route from Hobart to Macquarie Island to Davis and back to Hobart. See the Marine Science Support Data Quality Report via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 6 1995-96 of the Aurora Australis. This voyage visited Davis and Casey from Hobart and included a small marine science component. The Marine Science Support Data Quality Report is available via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 2 1993-94 of the Aurora Australis. This was a non-marine science voyage, but NoQalms data types were logged at 60-second intervals. The observations were taken between October and November 1993 en route from Hobart to Mawson to Davis and back to Hobart. See the Marine Science Support Report at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 4 1992-93 of the Aurora Australis. This was a non-marine science voyage, but NoQalms data types were logged. Data were recorded at 60-second intervals from 26 November 1992 to 7 December 1992, then at irregular intervals of about 3 to 5 minutes for the remaining voyage. The observations were taken en route from Hobart to Mawson to Davis to Casey and back to Hobart. The Marine Science Support Data Quality Report is available via the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 4 1993-94 of the Aurora Australis. This was a non-marine science voyage, but NoQalms data types were logged at 20-second intervals. The observations were taken between November and December 1993 en route from Hobart to Davis to Mawson and back to Hobart. See the Marine Science Support Data Quality Report at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) data obtained from the GEOSCIENCE of the Nella Dan, during Jan - Mar 1982. There are six other cruises which also collected oceanographic data, who are primarily involved with conducting a long term field survey on krill and other zooplankton. 7 CTD casts were taken in the Prydz Bay region, as a supplement to the seismic survey. As a result, the CTD locations were not always ideal for oceanographic purposes.

  • This dataset contains the underway data from Voyage 1 1996-97 (WASTE) of the Aurora Australis. This was a manned marine science cruise. CTD data were also obtained from Hobart to the ice edge along the WOCE SR3 line. Oceanographic data from this voyage are held by the Principal Investigator Dr. Steve Rintoul at CSIRO. Marine Science Support Data Quality and Programmer's Reports are available via the Related URL section.