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An On-Demand Service for Managing and Analyzing Arctic Sea Ice High Spatial Resolution Imagery
Sea ice acts as both an indicator and an amplifier of climate change. High spatial resolution (HSR) imagery is an important data source in Arctic sea ice research for extracting sea ice physical parameters, and ...
Imaging Floods and Glacier Geohazards with Remote Sensing
Geohazards associated with the dynamics of the liquid and solid water of the Earth's hydrosphere, such as floods and glacial processes, may pose significant risks to populations, activities and properties [...]
Sea Ice Freeboard in the Ross Sea from Airborne Altimetry IcePod 2016–2017 and a Comparison with IceBridge 2013 and ICESat 2003–2008
As part of the Polynyas and Ice Production in the Ross Sea (PIPERS) project, the IcePod system onboard the LC-130 aircraft based at McMurdo Station was flown over the Ross Sea, Antarctica in November 2016 and 2017, with ...
Ice Production in Ross Ice Shelf Polynyas during 2017–2018 from Sentinel–1 SAR Images
High sea ice production (SIP) generates high-salinity water, thus, influencing the global thermohaline circulation. Estimation from passive microwave data and heat flux models have indicated that the Ross Ice Shelf polynya ...
Assessing Scale Dependence on Local Sea Level Retrievals from Laser Altimetry Data over Sea Ice
The measurement of sea ice elevation above sea level or the "freeboard" depends upon an accurate retrieval of the local sea level. The local sea level has been previously retrieved from altimetry data alone by the lowest ...