Regular Airborne Surveys of Arctic Sea Ice and Atmosphere


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Accurate fine-scale measurements of sea ice thicknesses and of the Arctic troposphere cannot easily be obtained or validated by satellites alone. To get these key data, necessary for better understanding the rapidly changing Arctic, a new project began conducting airborne surveys in 2009; efforts are under way to make the surveys an annual occurrence.



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Herber, A. , Haas, C. , Stone, R. S. , Bottenheim, J. W. , Peter, L. , Li, S. M. , Staebler, R. , Strapp, J. W. and Dethloff, K. (2012): Regular Airborne Surveys of Arctic Sea Ice and Atmosphere , EOS, TRANSACTIONS, AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 93 (4), pp. 41-42 .


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