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Antarctic expedition team starts marine environmental assessment

Updated: Dec 31,2015 10:35 AM     Xinhua

A CTD rosette is lowered into water to measure the salinity, temperature, depth and concentration of particles from China’s icebreaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) in Antarctica, Dec 29, 2015. China’s 32nd Antarctic expedition team started its most expansive marine environmental assessment in waters around the Antarctic Peninsula on Dec 29.[Photo/Xinhua]

Scientists collect the biological samples aboard China’s icebreaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) in Antarctica, Dec 29, 2015. China’s 32nd Antarctic expedition team started its most expansive marine environmental assessment in waters around the Antarctic Peninsula on Dec 29.[Photo/Xinhua]

Scientists collect the water sample from a CTD rosette aboard China’s icebreaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) in Antarctica, Dec 29, 2015. China’s 32nd Antarctic expedition team started its most expansive marine environmental assessment in waters around the Antarctic Peninsula on Dec 29.[Photo/Xinhua]

A CTD rosette is lowered into water to measure the salinity, temperature, depth and concentration of particles from China’s icebreaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) in Antarctica, Dec 29, 2015. China’s 32nd Antarctic expedition team started its most expansive marine environmental assessment in waters around the Antarctic Peninsula on Dec 29.[Photo/Xinhua]

A CTD rosette is lowered into water to measure the salinity, temperature, depth and concentration of particles from China’s icebreaker Xuelong (Snow Dragon) in Antarctica, Dec 29, 2015. China’s 32nd Antarctic expedition team started its most expansive marine environmental assessment in waters around the Antarctic Peninsula on Dec 29.[Photo/Xinhua]

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