The uniqueness of the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE) is demonstrated in the huge variety and nature of the data collected. Simultaneously collecting data and samples from a circumnavigation of Antarctica over a period of 90 days in the southern summer of 2016/17 will hopefully give us a holistic view of the Southern Ocean and aid with our understanding of this region.

More data will be available over the coming months.

Other datasets have already been published elsewhere:

Dataset name Link / DOI
Acoustic recordings of whales from Sonobuoys doi:10.4225/15/59d5a05f6050f
Reconstructed non-linear surface from WAMOS (marine radar) doi:10.26179/5b8378b160b02
Unidirectional wave spectra from WaMoS (marine radar) doi:10.4225/15/5a17923429cb7
Aerosol optical density https://aeronet.gsfc.nasa.gov/new_web/cruises_new/Ak_Treshnikov_16_17.html
SOCCOM / Bio-ARGO float http://www.argodatamgt.org/Access-to-data/Argo-data-selection, platform codes: 5905069, 5905070, 5905072, 5905073
Benthic and intertidal organism specimens http://www.ozcam.org.au/
Seabird and marine mammal observations http://seabirds.saeon.ac.za/
Antarctic springtail occurrence records 10.26180/5cd37a14de28b