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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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Laboratory analysis on the National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Laboratory analysis on the National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Mt Melbourne along the Victoria Land coast. 74 21 S Latitude 164 42 E Longitude .
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Laboratory analysis on the National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Setting up a SeaBird SeaCat, temperature and conductivity sensor for deployment in the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Setting up an Aandaara current meter for deployment in the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Rough sea ice near Ross Island
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Iceberg drifting
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Mooring deployment from the fantail of the National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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An upward-looking RDI Acoustic Doppler Current Meter being deployed from the fantail of the National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER. The Ross Ice Shelf is in the background.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Thin rafted sea ice
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Drifting hard hat overboard in the Ross Sea in the midst of newly forming ice.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Seal resting on sea ice at the Bay of Whales
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. Research Vessel Ice Breaker (RVIB) NATHANIEL B. PALMER in the background.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales. This is the southern-most navigable point on the planet and the point where Amundsen started his successful trek to the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Makeshift profiling Conductivity/Temperature/Depth profiler using a SeaBird 21 recording CTD on a trainwheel.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Makeshift profiling Conductivity/Temperature/Depth profiler using a SeaBird 21 recording CTD on a trainwheel.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Makeshift profiling Conductivity/Temperature/Depth profiler using a SeaBird 21 recording CTD on a trainwheel.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Makeshift profiling Conductivity/Temperature/Depth profiler using a SeaBird 21 recording CTD on a trainwheel.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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30 liter niskin bottle being lowered over the side of the NATHANIEL B. PALMER to collect water samples.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Hydro wire over the side of the NATHANIEL B. PALMER
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Open water wake in the sea ice.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Open water within the sea ice pack.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Open water wake in the sea ice.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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One of the many forms of sea ice
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Small pancake ice
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Mount Melbourne near Terra Nova Bay Antarctica. 74 21 S Latitude 164 42 E Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Royal Society Mountain Range in the Transantarctic Mountains across from McMurdo Sound on Ross Island. 78 10 S Latitude 162 40 E Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Iceberg drifting in the Ross Sea
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Icebergs grounded on Pennel Bank
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January
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Pancake ice adrift on the Ross Sea.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1999 January

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