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United States Antarctic Program, 2009-2010: Summary and Background
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U.S. Antarctic Program projects, 2009-2010

For each program in the U.S. Antarctic Program, projects are listed alphabetically. Each entry includes the Principal Investigator's name, a link to the project web site (if available), a link to the NSF award information and abstract, and the title of the project. The NSF award information includes award number, Principal Investigator and Co-Investigators, Principal Investigator's institution, the NSF Program Officer and program, funding amount and a brief abstract.


Mountains and clouds

The Royal Society Range across McMurdo Sound. (NSF/USAP photo by Robyn Waserman.)


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