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Ice Station POLarstern

6 November 2004 - 19 January 2005

ISPOL is a field experiment designed to improve our understanding on the role of early summer physical and biological atmosphere-ice-ocean interactions in the western Weddell Sea in global processes. ISPOL involves a 50-day drift station in the western Weddell Sea. It is a multi-national, interdisciplinary study organized by the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, involving glaciologists, biologists, oceanographers, and meteorologists from different institutes and nations. ISPOL contributes to the goals of the international programs in Antarctica and

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