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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
coverage for was 2nd smallest in 41-year history of observations:
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Christian Katlein Jul 19
Interview with the Stefan Schwarze, Captain of our first leg. I am very happy to be working again with this experienced navigator!
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Drift Noise Jul 13
It's important to know that concentration is a very coarse-grained dataset (3km x 3km pixels) and that although values below 15% seem to imply no , actually there still could be ice, so it's important to use multiple datasets.
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
saw its smallest extent on record, 62,000 sq. miles smaller than previous low set in June 2002:
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Philip Earle Apr 25
Labrador Sunrises are amazing.
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Daniel Swain Jul 6
These warm ocean temperature anomalies near Alaska are *bonkers.*
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NOAA Jun 18
The logged its smallest May extent on record—510,000 sq. miles (13.0%) below avg
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Frank Reardon Photos 10h
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Adrian Gall Jun 26
My jaw dropped when I looked out the window of my survey plane flying from Utqiagvik last week
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Susan Crockford Jul 6
Media implies ice seal deaths in AK in May/June 2019 was due to lack of despite scientitsts saying the cause is unknown: "It could be a harmful algal bloom. It could be a number of things." 60 dead seals found along warming Alaska coast | CBC News
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Antti Lipponen May 5
Northern hemisphere sea ice extent & temperature anomalies 1980–2019. In April 2019, the sea ice extent anomaly was about -1,239,000 km^2. 🎞:
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Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie Mar 7
Arctic has decreased over the past 30 years. This shows sea ice area growing in winter, shrinking in summer. Our scientists use observations & climate models to understand how sea ice will respond to future global warming.
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Alessandro Toffoli Mar 4
Cool new images of from our sea state camera on board of the as part of 's campaign |
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François Massonnet Feb 27
in 2018 as seen by the ocean--sea ice model NEMO3.6-LIM. It's amazing what can happen in barely one year. This type of really helps me (and I hope others too) grab the first-order characteristics of things I'm studying.
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Alessandro Toffoli May 23
First footage of our Hydralab plus experiment on wave - compact ice interaction at Aalto University (Finland)
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Finnish Winter Navigation Apr 23
Despite spring, somewhere up north (Kalajoki) there is still lots of ice! image by Polaris Captain Pasi Järvelin
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Céline Heuzé Jul 4
!!Job alert!! I'll be advertising a 2 year in of the Antarctic , applied to the , in about a month. If you know someone who would be perfect for this job (e.g., you!) email me now already
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Thomas Rackow May 16
To communicate the of the situation, I visualised Arctic decrease resembling the 1st ever image of a . Colors are brighter closer to the "ice-free" event horizon.
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Ocean Sensing ~ C2PO 6h
There are never two patches of that look exactly the same. As we sailed through broken sea ice near , our stirred up some very interesting colors and shapes. The turquoise blue is simply mesmerizing.
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The Arctic Circle 17h
SESSION REPORT #20 at the Assembly: & industries are developing rapidly in the Arctic. & more will elaborate on safe , and Forecasting & new .
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