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The Automated Meteorology - Ice - Geophysics – Ocean observing System, (AMIGOS-III) is an autonomous multi-sensor station designed to support investigations of ice-ocean-atmosphere interactions in polar environments. It consists of a microprocessor running a simplified Linux operating system, with weather, GPS, accumulation, and surface melt, and includes a set of ocean and ice measurement sensors (CTD, doppler current flow, and DTS thermal profiler). Two stations are installed on the Thwaites Eastern Ice Shelf as of January 2020 and are still transmitting GPS data at this time.
RAW DTS and DAS data can be found here: https://nevada.app.box.com/folder/172261197639