The Intermicronational Geophysical Year or ImGY is an international scientific effort that will run from July 1st, 2007, to December 31st, 2008. It is modeled on the original International Geophysical Year (IGY), which occurred exactly 50 years ago.
The original International Geophysical Year focused on aurora and airglow, cosmic rays, geomagnetism, gravity, ionospheric physics, longitude and latitude determinations (precision mapping), meteorology, oceanography, seismology and solar activity. IGY activities literally spanned the globe from the North to the South Poles. Although much work was carried out in the arctic and equatorial regions, special attention was given to the Antarctic, where research on ice depths yielded radically new estimates of the earth's total ice content. IGY Antarctic research also contributed to improved meteorological prediction, advances in the theoretical analysis of glaciers, and better understanding of seismological phenomena in the Southern Hemisphere.
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Imperial Government of the Imperium of DeWaCo Estates' establishment of Corbett-On-The-Merrill as their headquarters for ImGY the recording of all surveys, experiments, and results of all expeditions by that nation.
The Principality of Kaznia's webpage for the Intermicronational Geophysical Year.
Observations of a Lizard, Molossia's first project for the Intermicronational Geophysical Year.
Vikesland Rocket Project, Vikesland's first project for the Intermicronational Geophysical Year.
Sandpiper Island, Molossia's second project for the Intermicronational Geophysical Year.
El Presidente's Scientific Expedition, the Republic of Greater Waunllech's first project for the Intermicronational Geophysical Year.