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  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage 7 1997-98. This was a marine science cruise, which also visited Davis, Casey and Macquarie Island. The marine science component included a Subantarctic fish survey, a pelagic ecosysytem survey and polynya mooring deployments along 145 degrees East. Underway (meteorological, fluorometer, thermosalinograph and bathymetry) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section). See the Marine Science Support Data Quality and Programmer's Reports at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage 1 1999-00 (IDIOTS). This was a dedicated marine science cruise researching winter-time oceanographic, glaciological, meteorological and biological processes within a polynya off the Mertz Glacier at about 145 degrees East. Underway (meteorological, fluorometer, thermosalinograph and bathymetry) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via URL given below). For further information, see the Marine Science Support Data Quality Report at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage 3 2001-02. This voyage undertook extensive marine science activities along the CLIVAR SR3 transect (140 degrees east) from southern Tasmania to the Antarctic coast. Underway (meteorological, fluorometer, thermosalinograph and bathymetric) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section). For further information, see the Marine Science Support Data Quality Report at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage 2 2002-03. This voyage was a Davis resupply and restock of fuel at Sansom Island, and remove waste and equipment for return to Australia. Personnel and equipment were deployed to the Prince Charles Mountains (PCMEGA) Programme. Underway (meteorological, fluorometer and thermosalinograph) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section). For further information, see the Marine Science Support Data Quality Report at the Related URL section.

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage V1 2006/07. Voyage leader: Doug Thost Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage 5 2005-06. This voyage began in Hobart, and went to Casey and Macquarie Island before returning to Hobart. Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage V1 2008/09. Voyage Objectives : Deploy and retrieve personnel - Davis Changeover and Resupply Ice radar project Voyage leader: Tony Worby Deploy and retrieve personnel - subject to availability of intercontinental air transport capability. Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).

  • This dataset contains the underway data collected during the Aurora Australis Voyage V5 2008/09 (). Voyage Objectives : Davis Personnel Retrieval and Macquarie Island Resupply Voyage leader: Pete Perderson Personnel retrieval from Davis. Full resupply of Macquarie Island. Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).

  • On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include water and air temperature, wind speeds, ship speed and location, humidity, fluorescence, salinity and so on. For the full list of available data types, see the website. These data are broadcast "live" (every 30 minutes) back to Australia and are available via the Australian Oceanographic Data Centre's portal (see the provided link). Once the ship returns to port, the data are then transferred to Australian Antarctic Division servers where they are then made available via the Marine Science Data Search system (see the provided URL). This dataset contains the underway data collected during Voyage VE2 - Eradication 2 - of the Aurora Australis Voyage in the 2010/11 season. Voyage Objectives: Retrieve Pest Eradication Personnel. Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).

  • On every voyage of the Aurora Australis, approximately 50 onboard sensors collect data on average every 10 seconds. These data are known as the underway datasets. The type of data collected include water and air temperature, wind speeds, ship speed and location, humidity, fluorescence, salinity and so on. For the full list of available data types, see the website. These data are broadcast "live" (every 30 minutes) back to Australia and are available via the Australian Oceanographic Data Centre's portal (see the provided link). Once the ship returns to port, the data are then transferred to Australian Antarctic Division servers where they are then made available via the Marine Science Data Search system (see the provided URL). This dataset contains the underway data collected during Voyage 2 of the Aurora Australis Voyage in the 2011/12 season. Purpose of voyage: Casey resupply Leader: Ms. Sharon Labudda Deputy Leader: Dr. Fred Olivier VM Trainee: Ms. Jill Hughes Underway (meteorological) data are available online via the Australian Antarctic Division Data Centre web page (or via the Related URL section).