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Antarctic Sciences


Special Announcements

Division of Polar Programs Special Announcements Archive

(11 February 2015)

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Restrictions for use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the United States Antarctic Program

NSF Point of Contact: Mike Scheuermann, Aviation Program Manager, Division of Polar Programs (mscheuer@nsf.gov; Telephone: 703/292-7453).

(Posted 16 September 2014)

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Automatic Compliance Checking FastLane

On March 15, 2013, FastLane will begin automatic compliance checking of all submitted proposals.

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USAP Blue Ribbon Panel report

U.S. Antarctic Program Blue Ribbon Panel Report:
More and Better Science in Antarctica through Increased Logistical Effectiveness

NSF Response to the USAP Blue Ribbon Panel Report

Updated:  4 February 2014

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Antarctic Science Programs

General Information About the Antarctic Sciences Section
Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) Guide for NSF Antarctic Principal Investigaotrs
Antarctic Research
bullet Antarctic Astrophysics and Geospace Sciences
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Ocean Acidification (OA)

IPY Legacy Information

hiking in the Transantarctic Mountains

Sedimentologist Pete Flaig hikes up an outcrop near Wahl Glacier in the central Transantarctic Mountains. (NSF photo by Peter Rejcek.)


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