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Division of Polar Programs

Paul Cutler
pcutler@nsf.gov, (703) 292-4961


17-543  Program Solicitation

Antarctic Integrated System Science (AISS) supports research that contributes to a systems-level understanding of:

  • The Antarctic system as a whole (e.g. ocean, ice, land, atmosphere, biosphere interactions);
  • The Antarctic system's interactions with the broader Earth system;
  • A regional or localized Antarctic system (e.g. the McMurdo Dry Valleys, a subglacial lake system).

In addition to projects that require fieldwork that crosses or combines disciplines, AISS supports modeling efforts that synthesize existing knowledge of how the Antarctic system operates across spatial and temporal scales.

 

Setting a Course for Antarctic Integrated System Science (NSF-supported workshop held 13-15 June 2007)
A Research Program for Projecting Sea‐Level Rise from Land‐ice Loss
Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTER)
McMurdo Dry Valleys Long Term Ecological Research
Palmer Station Antarctica Long Term Ecological Research

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