Waves in ice measurements close to the Davis Antarctic station october 2020

By laraf | Sun, 10/23/2022 - 12:13

Waves in ice data obtained outside of the Davis station from the Australian Antarctic Program, projects 4593 and 4506. The wave measurements were obtained by instruments deployed on the ice. For more information about the deployment, see: Voermans, Joey J., et al. 'Experimental evidence for a universal threshold characterizing wave-induced sea ice break-up.' The Cryosphere 14.11 (2020): 4265-4278.. Data are reproduced here, but primary hosting is taking place at https://data.aad.gov.au/metadata/records/AAS_4593_WB_IB_2020_all_data . The data presented here are created, stored, and quality checked using the code available at: https://github.com/jerabaul29/data_release_sea_ice_drift_waves_in_ice_marginal_ice_zone_2022/tree/master/Data/2020_January_Antarctic_Davis . More data may be available at the data.aad.gov.au website and in the github repo than in this nc file. Please discuss any question / issue about the present data inside the issue tracker of the github repository.

Citation info

Voermans, J., & Rabault, J. (2022). Waves in ice measurements close to the Davis Antarctic station october 2020 [Data set]. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/SVFQ-6Z57

Data Access

Role: Investigator
Name: Joey Voermans
email: jvoermans@unimelb.edu.au
Institution: University of Melbourne

Role: Investigator
Name: Jean Rabault
email: jeanr@met.no
Institution: Norwegian Meteorological Institute (MET)

Role: Data center contact
Name: ADC support
email: adc-support@met.no
Institution: Norwegian Meteorological Institute / Arctic Data Centre

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