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  1. Revisiting Antarctic ice loss due to marine ice-cliff instability
  2. The melt at marine terminating glaciers is complex
  3. Sea Ice, Ice Drift, and Oceanic Circulation
  4. Oceanography and sea ice in the Southern Ocean
  5. Pre-melt-season sediment plume variability at Jökulsárlón, Iceland, a preliminary evaluation using in-situ spectroradiometry and satellite imagery
  6. Arctic sea ice reduction: the evidence, models and impacts
  7. Oceanographic observations at the shelf break of the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
  8. Primary production export flux in Marguerite Bay (Antarctic Peninsula): Linking upper water-column production to sediment trap flux
  9. On the characteristics of internal tides and coastal upwelling behaviour in Marguerite Bay, west Antarctic Peninsula
  10. Seasonal and interannual variability in temperature, chlorophyll and macronutrients in northern Marguerite Bay, Antarctica
  11. Variability in the freshwater balance of northern Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula: Results from δ18O
  12. Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and investigations of the ice–ocean interface in Antarctic and Arctic waters
  13. Oceanic heat transport onto the Amundsen Sea shelf through a submarine glacial trough
  14. Measurement of Sea-ice draft using upward-looking ADCP on an autonomous underwater vehicle
  15. Variability in hydrographic conditions to the east and northwest of South Georgia, 1996–2001
  16. Tracking passive drifters in a high resolution ocean model: implications for interannual variability of larval krill transport to South Georgia
  17. Biomass of Antarctic krill in the Scotia Sea in January/February 2000 and its use in revising an estimate of precautionary yield
  18. Factors influencing the distribution, biomass, and productivity of phytoplankton in the Scotia Sea and adjoining waters
  19. Mesozooplankton community structure in the Scotia Sea during the CCAMLR 2000 survey: January–February 2000
  20. Physical oceanography in the Scotia Sea during the CCAMLR 2000 survey, austral summer 2000
  21. Impact of the 1997/98 ENSO on upper ocean characteristics in Marguerite Bay, western Antarctic Peninsula
  22. Oceanographic variability and changes in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) abundance at South Georgia
  23. Mesozooplankton community structure across the Antarctic Circumpolar Current to the north of South Georgia: Southern Ocean
  24. An investigation of avoidance by Antarctic krill of RRS James Clark Ross using the Autosub-2 autonomous underwater vehicle
  25. Transport and variability of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current in Drake Passage
  26. Variability of the southern Antarctic Circumpolar Current front north of South Georgia
  27. Antarctic Krill Under Sea Ice: Elevated Abundance in a Narrow Band Just South of Ice Edge
  28. Setting a Precautionary Catch Limit for Antarctic Krill
  29. Measurement of ocean temperatures using instruments carried by Antarctic fur seals
  30. South Georgia, Antarctica: a productive, cold water, pelagic ecosystem
  31. Transport and structure within the Antarctic Circumpolar Current to the north of south Georgia
  32. Potential for long-distance dispersal of Euphausia crystallorophias in fast current jets
  33. The near surface hydrography beneath the Odden ice tongue
  34. The shelf break front to the east of the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia
  35. Interannual variability of the South Georgia marine ecosystem: biological and physical sources of variation in the abundance of krill
  36. An assessment of the utility of an acoustic Doppler current profiler for biomass estimation
  37. The development of the Odden ice tongue in the Greenland Sea during winter 1993 from remote sensing and field observations
  38. Substantial open-ocean phytoplankton blooms to the north of South Georgia, South Atlantic, during summer
  39. Sea Ice and Oceanography