Deception Island

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General Information

Created: 2014-01-16 13:51:23
Modified: 2016-10-24 12:23:31

Country:Antarctica
Observation Type:TSP and CALM-S
Area:2.072 km2
Deception Island, is an active strato-volcano on South Shetland Archipelago of Antarctica (62° 55′ 0″ S, 60° 37′ 0″ W), is a cold region with harsh remote and hostile environmental conditions. The permafrost and active layer existence, and the cold climate conditions together with volcanic material with height water content inside made this region of the Earth a perfect site to study the active layer and permafrost evolution involved in the Circumpolar Active Layer South (CALM-S) and TSP programs.

Center of the site

Longitude:-60.659141°
Latitude:-62.96399°

Bounding Box

Max Lat: -62.94465°
Min Long: -60.718° Max Long: -60.600282°
Min Lat: -62.98333°
Objects

Active Layer(2):

Ancillary Measurements(0):

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  • Red Box: Site Coverage.
  • Red Marker: Borehole.
  • Green Marker: Active Layer.
  • Yellow Marker: Ancillary Measurement.
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