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  List of Accepted Contributions - GI7 Instrumentation related to the International Polar Year

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Ashley, M.C.B; Storey, J.W.V; Burton, M.G.; Lawrence, J.
Autonomous instrumentation for astronony on the polar plateaus

Romano, V.; Alfonsi, L.; De Franceschi, G.
GPS scintillation monitoring in Antarctica: first campaign at the Italian station “Mario Zucchelli”

Collins, K
Collaborative Autosub Science in Extreme Environments

Speece, M.; Betterly, S.; Levy, R.; Harwood, D.; Pekar, S.; Winter, D.; Lutz, M.; Doren, J.
A new over sea-ice active-source seismic method to support ANDRILL

Zyryanov, D.; Korsnes, R.
Introducing the Ice Snake (withdrawn)

Timmermans, K; De Baar, H; De Porto, H; Ober, S; Bakker, M; Schilling, J; Sarthou, G; Gerringa, L; Smit, M
New European Facility for Ultraclean Sampling of Trace Elements and Isotopes in the Oceans in the GEOTRACES Program

Lever, J.H.; Ray, L.E.
Cool Robots for Polar Instrument Networks

Sato, K.; Tsutsumi, M.; Sato, T.; Saito, A.; Tomikawa, Y.; Aso, T.; Yamanouchi, T.; Ejiri, M.
Program of the Antarctic Syowa MST/IS radar (PANSY)

Davidson, F.J.M; Stenson, G.; Hammill, M. ; Bowen, W.D.
Oceanographic analysis of insitu temperature data from 100 marine mammals in the North West Atlantic in 2004: applications to ocean forecasting

Rose, M
An environmental power system for use in Polar Regions.

Junyent, J.; Maxfield, D. J.; Rose , M. C.; Jarvis, M. J.; Jansen , P.; Burns , G. ; Bering , E. A.
Measuring the geo-electric field in the Antarctic.

B\"ohme, L.; Biuw, M.; Fedak, M.; Meredith, M.; Thorpe, S.
A circumpolar snapshot of the Southern Ocean by animal-born sensors.

Johns, B.; Anderson, K.; Fowler, J.
Remote Antarctic GPS and seismic network technologies for year-round operation and remote data retrieval

Fedak, M; Lovell, P; Nicholsen, J; Biuw, M; Bohme, L; Kovacs, K
Enlisting marine mammals as oceanographic explorers: unique CTD profilers for IPY

Schlosser, P.; Chayes, D.N.; Perry, R.S.; Smethie, W.M.; Williams, R.T.
A small diameter CTD-Rosette for sampling through Sea Ice

Wardell, L.J.; Patterson, M
Remote and Insitu Sensing of Surface and Atmosphere Using Small Unmanned Aerial Systems

Blankenship, D; Brozena, J; Siegert, M; THE ICECAP TEAM
Investigating the Cryospheric Evolution of the Central Antarctic Plate (ICECAP): Internationally coordinated long-range aerogeophysics over Dome A, Dome C and the Aurora Subglacial Basin of East Antarctica

Wiggins, S.; Hildebrand, J.
Seismic and High-frequency Acoustic Recording Packages (SHARPs) for long-term, broad-band monitoring in the waters off of Antarctica during the International Polar Year (withdrawn)

Uttal, T.; Drummond, J.
International arctic systems for observing the atmosphere (IASOA)

Meldrum, D; D. Mercer, D; Wilkinson, J; James, A
Autonomous CTD and ice mass balance stations for IPY

Hall, R; Hughes, N
IceCam: The automatic collection of sea ice observations during the International Polar Year

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