SOAR Annual Report 1998/99. Antarctica. 117 pages. 1999.

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Holt, J. W.
Magsino, S.L.
Peters, M.E.
Kempf, S.D.
Giggs, R.R.
Blankenship, D.D.
Bell, R.E.

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Institute for Geophysics


The Support Office for Aerogeophysical Research (SOAR) is a facility of the National Science Foundation's Office of Polar Programs whose mission is to make airborne geophysical observa­ tions available to the broad research community of geology, glaciology and other sciences. The central office of the SOAR facility is located in Austin, Texas within the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics. Other institutions with significant responsibilities are the Lamont­ Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University and the Geophysics Branch of the U.S . Geological Survey. This report summarizes the goals and accomplishments of the SOAR facility during 1998/99, its fifth year of operation, and plans for the next year.


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Holt, J. W., Magsino, S.L., Peters, M.E., Kempf, S.D., Giggs, R.R., Blankenship, D.D., Bell, R.E. "SOAR Annual Report 1998/99. Antarctica." University of Texas Institute for Geophysics Technical Report No. 185 (1999), 117p.