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Antarctic Sciences


Special Announcements

Restrictions for use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the United States Antarctic Program

NSF Point of Contact: Tim McGovern, Ocean Projects Manager, Division of Polar Programs ( mcgovern@nsf.gov; Telephone: 703/292-4248

(16 September 2014)

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Automatic Compliance Checking FastLane

On March 15, 2013, FastLane will begin automatic compliance checking of all submitted proposals.

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USAP Blue Ribbon Panel report

U.S. Antarctic Program Blue Ribbon Panel Report:
More and Better Science in Antarctica through Increased Logistical Effectiveness

NSF Response to the USAP Blue Ribbon Panel Report

Updated:  4 February 2014

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hiking in the Transantarctic Mountains

Sedimentologist Pete Flaig hikes up an outcrop near Wahl Glacier in the central Transantarctic Mountains. (NSF photo by Peter Rejcek.)


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