|Season/Voyage||1992/93 Voyage V1|
|Cruise Name||MONGREL - named as such as Mawson dogs were RTAed|
|Ship|| Aurora Australis Details
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|Leader||Voyage Leader: Not recorded|
|Voyage Objectives||Mawson / Davis Fly-off, MS.|
Follow the link on each report to download it. |
If you know of any additional reports, please contact the Data Centre and we can add them.
See also List of sitreps - not guaranteed to work as voyage naming conventions are not consistent.
See the 1992/93 Voyage Schedule for other voyages for this season.
Voyage Track map from the Marine Underway database, averaged every 15 minutes
List of collections of species data collected on this voyage. Some collections are voyage specific or might be from a wider set of observations or samples.
|Collection Name||Observation count||Link to data search form|
|Seabirds of the Southern and South Indian Ocean Details||13||Search|
|Underway Data & Voyage Tracks||251985 positions recorded. - Link to data at Underway Data & Voyage Tracks |
Data from 24-Oct-1992 04:04 UT to 23-Nov-1992 05:19 UT
For data quality, methods used etc., see 199293010 - Aurora Australis Voyage 1 (MONGREL) 1992-93 Underway Data at GCMD
|Wildlife at Sea observations||Observed 3 species from 14 observations. See Species and observation count - Link to data at Wildlife at Sea observations |
Data from 21-Oct-1992 00:00 UT to 9-Nov-1992 00:00 UT
For data quality, methods used etc., see DB_WOV - Wildlife on Voyage Database at GCMD
Note - this page lists projects where there has been some requirements logged. This may include requests that are not directly associated with any science performed on the ship.
|7||Distribution, size and dissolution of Antarctic icebergs [observational]|
|40||The role of antarctic marine protists in trophodynamics and global change and the impact of UV-B on these organisms|
|46||Development of an Automated Penguin Recording System and its Subsequent Use in the CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program|
|133||The role of the Southern Ocean in the carbon cycle|
|189||The East Antarctic sea ice zone: characteristics and ocean- ice-atmosphere interaction|
|607||Behavioural Significance of Sound Production in Leopard Seals 'Hydrurga leptonyx'|
|625||The Use of Chemical Signatures to Monitor 'Phaeocystis' and Determination of Baseline Hydrocarbon Concentrations and Distributions in the Antarctic Marine Environment|
|626||Underway Sampling from ANARE Vessels|