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10th workshop Italian research on Antarctic atmosphere and SCAR workshop on oceanography

10th workshop Italian research on Antarctic atmosphere and SCAR workshop on oceanography

Roma, 22-24 October 2003

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Published by Italian physical society in Bologna .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Michele Colacino.
SeriesAtti di conferenze = Conference proceedings / Società italiana di fisica -- 89
ContributionsColacino, Michele.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 349 p. :
Number of Pages349
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20796292M
ISBN 108874380216

Firn-core, snow-pit and 1 m integrated superficial snow samples were collected in the framework of the International Trans-Antarctic Scientific Expeditions (ITASE) project during recent Italian. In Proceedings 10th Workshop Italian Research on Antarctic Atmosphere and SCAR Workshop on Oceanography, Rome, Italy, , M. Colacino (Ed.), Società Italiana di Fisica Conference Proceedings.

This is a second volume in the American Geophysical Union's notable series on antarctic research that is devoted to upper-atmosphere research. The first volume, Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, was published in and was a collection of IGY?]related papers edited by A. H. Waynick. De Franceschi G., L. Alfonsi, V. Romano, ISACCO: an Italian project to monitor the high latitudes ionosphere by means of GPS receivers, “Eye on ionosphere” GPS Solutions, DOI .

International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: SCAR, SCOR, IAPO, IUBS. Label mounted on title page: Published by Scott Polar Research Institute [Cambridge, Eng.] for Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research.   Of greatest interest to specialised Antarctic meteorologists and climatologists, the book will also appeal to researchers in Antarctic glaciology, oceanography and biology. Graduates and undergraduates studying physical geography, and the earth, atmospheric and environmental sciences will find much useful background material in the book.


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Italian research on Antarctic atmosphere started in a systematic way in when the Programma Nazionale di Ricerche in Antartide began its activity. Italian research on the Antarctic atmosphere atmosphere by exploiting previously acquired know-how.

In this way, Italy in a short time reached a research level comparable with other. Vol. 89 10th Workshop Italian Research on Antarctic Atmosphere and SCAR Workshop on Oceanography M. Colacino Roma, October Pag.

XII +Price 00 ISBN Vol. 90 Vulcano Workshop Frontier Objects in Astrophysics and Particle Physics F. Giovannelli and G. Mannocchi Vulcano, May Pag. With this in mind, SCAR has identified six international priorities for Antarctic science in the next few years: define the global reach of the Antarctic atmosphere and Southern Ocean; understand how, where and why ice sheets lose mass; reveal Antarctica’s history; learn how Antarctic life evolved and survived; observe space and the Universe, and.

The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) is proud to announce that we will be running an early career workshop in collaboration with the Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research (SCAR), entirely online so join us for this unique event!The theme for the workshop is “Antarctic Science - Global Connections”, aiming to bring together polar ECRs from around the globe to.

SCAR initiates, develops and coordinates scientific research in the Antarctic region and provides objective independent scientific advice to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings. Book Launch: The Continent of Antarctica. SCAR initiates, develops and coordinates scientific research in the Antarctic region and provides objective independent scientific advice to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings.

The climatic, physical and biological properties of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are closely coupled to other parts of the global environment by the oceans and the atmosphere. InSCAR published the landmark Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment Report.

The SCAR Open Science Conferences are held every two years to draw attention to Antarctic issues. They provide an opportunity for scientists from a variety of disciplines and countries to present their work, to network and become more involved in SCAR science activities.

The Antarctic waters provide one of the extreme sets of characteristics for the world's oceans. Its waters are cold, low in salinity, dense, and high in dissolved oxygen, and, although comparable values may be found in the Norwegian Sea, it is the out-flow from the Antarctic that fills most of the deep ocean basins of the world.

Italian research on the Antarctic atmosphere. By C. Rafanelli and M. Colacino. Cite. Dome-C. The results obtained are also discussed and the new projects proposed by SCAR or other international bodies are recalled. Antarctica, atmospheric researches, Geophysics.

Cosmic physics, QC, Physics, QC, Science, Q, DOAJ. SCAR Working Group Geosciences In and two Italian expeditions in Antarctica were accomplished. The Geoscience activities were based on several projects which developed research in four main areas: Victoria Land/Ross Sea, Central Transantarctic Mountains, Dome C, and Antarctic Peninsula and surrounding seas.

Victoria Land and. "Italian Research on Antarctic Atmosphere and SCAR Workshop on Oceanography". Mariutti G.F., in, A. Polichetti, A. Anav, G. Casale, M. Di Menno, C. Rafanelli - - UV dosimetry in Antarctica (Baia Terranova): analysis of data from polysulphone films and GUV radiometer.

Italian research on the Antarctic atmosphere. By C. Rafanelli and M. Colacino. Cite. Dome-C. The results obtained are also discussed and the new projects proposed by SCAR or other international bodies are recalled.

the future work Topics: Antarctica, atmospheric researches, LCC:Geophysics. Cosmic physics, LCC:QC, LCC.

Antarctic oceanography The region of the world ocean bordering on Antarctica is unique in many respects. First of all, it is the only region where the flow of water can continue all around the globe nearly unhindered and the circulation therefore comes closest to the situation in the atmosphere.

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This, the first volume of the Antarctic Research Series, deals with a number of marine studies. There is an abundance of living forms, plant and animal, in the cold waters overlying the continental shelf of Antarctica and in the adjacent ocean depths.

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