The Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility that holds samples from the subsurface of the Southern Ocean and the Antarctic will be moving from Florida State University to Oregon State University. This move will take place in late 2017 or early 2018. The main part of the collection is over 20,000 meters of core that needs […](Read More)
The Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility is undergoing changes. The National Science Foundation has a solicitation out for the management of the facility. FSU has decided to not compete for this solicitation and thus the facility will move to another institution. The transition is expected to occur in late 2017. The collection will remain open […](Read More)
The NSF Antarctic Data Consortium (ADC) is a collaboration of research centers and support organizations that provide data and tools for scientists to complete their research objectives. From searching historical weather observations to submitting meteorite samples, Antarctic Researchers utilize the ADC to discover and contribute to the wealth of Antarctic scientific and geospatial data.