Vol.30, No.04. 2019
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Contents Vol. 30 No. 4 December 2019
Opinion Editorials T-MOSAiC—A new circumpolar collaboration 357 Diogo FOLHAS, João CANÁRIO & Warwick F. VINCENT The importance of long-term research and monitoring in the Ross Sea 359 Bob ZUUR Review Newly established autonomous adaptive low-power instrument platform (AAL-PIP) chain on East Antarctic Plateau and operation 362 Zhonghua XU, Michael D. HARTINGER, Robert CLAUER, Daniel WEIMER, Kshitija DESHPANDE, Hyomin KIM, Stephen MUSKO, Anna WILLER, Thomas EDWARDS, Shane COYLE, Yuxiang PENG, Dong LIN & John BOWMAN Articles Very low biodiversity of top predators—seabirds and marine mammals—in the high Arctic Ocean 375 Claude R. JOIRIS Methane increase over the Barents and Kara seas after the autumn pycnocline breakdown: satellite observations 382 Leonid YURGANOV, Frank MULLER-KARGER & Ira LEIFER On the determination and simulation of seawater freezing point temperature under high pressure 391 YAN Liangjun, WANG Zhaomin, LIU Chengyan & WU Yang Estimation of ice resistance and sensitivity analysis for an icebreaker 399 FAN Tao, YU Chenfang & JIANG Yongxu Letter Anomalous extensive landfast sea ice in the vicinity of Inexpressible Island, Antarctica 406 ZHAI Mengxi, ZHAO Tiancheng, HUI Fengming, CHENG Xiao, LIU Aobo, YUAN Jiawei, YU Yining & DING Yifan Contents of Volume 30, 2019 Cover picture: This is the temporary campsite during the installation of the autonomous low power space weather monitoring system on the East Antarctic Plateau. The closest support is over 800 kilometers away from the South Pole Station (paper by Xu Z H, et al., page 362).