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The majority of EO satellite systems continue to use X-band to download their data, but as data collection volumes increases, Ka-band offers high throughput, low latency and a less congested spectrum.
Previous seasons of the USAP Science Planning Summary have been made available for download in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader or other PDF-compatible software to view the files. These files contain historical records of past USAP field seasons and supported projects, thus some external links to project websites may no longer be functional.
Quantarctica is a collection of Antarctic geographical datasets for research, education, operations, and management in Antarctica, and let you explore, import, visualize, and share Antarctic data. It includes community-contributed, peer-reviewed data from ten different scientific themes and a professionally-designed basemap.
Quantarctica includes a wide variety of basemap and scientific data. In most cases, the datasets are provided at full resolution and are ready to analyze. You can also mix and match different datasets to create your own custom Quantarctica environment, import them in other software, or share them freely with colleagues.
Kenny is a senior researcher at NPI, and has spent over ten field seasons in Antarctica, most recently as part of the MADICE Indo-Norwegian collaboration in Dronning Maud Land. The idea that would eventually become Quantarctica was rooted in a painful experience in his first season as a PI, when his commercial GIS software expired during a traverse in the middle of the Antarctic ice sheet.
George coordinated the development of Quantarctica 3 from 2016-2018, managing the Editorial Board, discovering and importing new datasets, creating promotional materials, and teaching user workshops.
Stein directs the Norwegian Polar Data Centre, and helps improve the quality and visibility of Quantarctica. Additionally, as the Norwegian representative to the SCAR SCADM committee, he promotes Quantarctica to the largest international group of Antarctic researchers and coordinators.
Quantarctica was originally developed for in-house use at the Norwegian Polar Institute. Development on a public version started in 2012, and the first version was released in 2013. In 2014, Quantarctica 2 was released, and was recognized as a SCAR product. 2018 saw the release of version 3, which dramatically expanded the breadth and depth of the scientific data package and our outreach efforts.
Saving your QGIS project file in another folder than the root of the Quantarctica folder, will make the Actions script for adding satellite image tiles (Landsat CIRREF, Landsat MOS and RADARSAT) not work. Follow these steps for all of the three index files inside Quantum GIS (Note that this will change the reference:
Save your project file containing only the data layers you want to include in Quantarctica 3.2, and open the project file in a new QGIS 3.16 session. In the data layer panel, mark all the entries, right-click on any of them, and select Copy Layer. Inside a QGIS instance of Quantarctica 3.2, right-click somewhere in the blank part of the data layer panel, and select Paste Layer/Group. Note that migrating layers from QGIS 2 to QGIS 3 might not preserve all layer settings.
If you have problems related to QGIS, please visit QGIS website. To resolve Quantarctica-specific problems or file a Quantarctica-specific bug report, please contact us.Jump to indexContactFF Kronprins HaakonTrollZeppelinSverdrupErrors or suggestion regarding the firstname.lastname@example.org
A C-17 Globemaster III is downloaded during the winter fly-in for Operation Deep Freeze Aug. 20 at Pegasus Runway in Antarctica. A C-17 and 31 Airmen from McChord Air Forc