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.

All data published from ACE can be found here. More data will be available over the coming months.

Other datasets have already been published elsewhere:

Dataset nameLink / 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