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1856-1900 High Latitude Shipping Routes

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Image of High Southern Latitude Transits of Indian and Pacific Oceans c. 1856-1900
Image of High Southern Latitude Transits of Pacific Ocean c. 1856-1900

Contributed by Clive Wilkinson. For more information visit: http://icoads.noaa.gov/reclaim/

A cooperative international project to locate and image historical ship logbooks and related marine data and metadata from archives across the globe, and to digitize the meteorological and oceanographic observations for merger into the International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS) and for utilization for climate research. The project seeks to provide expert guidance and assistance to data rescue projects, concerning national archive holdings, and the content and characteristics of their marine records, historical observational practices, and metadata.

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