Multiple Resources Available

Date: 
10 August 2012

Multiple Resources Available

1. New Resource Available
Arctic Assets Map
Alaska Ocean Observing System

2. Newsletter Available
IDPO Ice Bits, Summer 2012
Ice Drilling Program Office

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1. New Resource Available
Arctic Assets Map
Alaska Ocean Observing System

The Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS) announces that a new version of
the Arctic Research Assets Map has been released. To access the map,
please go to: http://www.aoos.org/arctic-assets-update/.

Developed by AOOS, the map shows the location of research instruments
and monitoring efforts in the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas. The
map is intended to assist with region-wide planning and research
logistics, and also allows the public to get a visual impression of what
type of data collection is taking place in the Alaskan Arctic. The
updated version includes new instruments being deployed this season, and
allows users to personalize their view.

To access the map and for more information, please go to:
http://www.aoos.org/arctic-assets-update/.

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2. Newsletter Available
IDPO Ice Bits, Summer 2012
Ice Drilling Program Office

The Summer 2012 issue of the Ice Drilling Program Office (IDPO)
newsletter Ice Bits is available online. Ice Bits, an update of IDPO and
Ice Drilling Design and Operations activities, is published quarterly in
electronic format and can be accessed as a PDF file, at:
http://icedrill.org/news/icebits.shtml.

Items in this issue include:

- Replicate Coring System Characterization Testing Underway
- Intermediate Depth Drill Starts Taking Shape
- Intermediate Depth Logging Winch in Fabrication
- Rapid Access Ice Drill
- Technical Advisory Board Meeting
- GISP2 Borehole Casing
- New Drilling Fluid
- Change Management Policy
- New Outreach Effort Distills Your Research Paper into Key Points
- Educational Outreach
- Ice Drilling Technology Workshop Proceedings
- Requesting Ice Drilling Support

To download the newsletter, please go to:
http://www.icedrill.org/news/icebits.shtml.

For further information, please go to:
http://www.icedrill.org/.

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