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Research Joint Norwegian - U.S. scientific ground traverse in East Antarctica. The field expedition involved scientific investigations along two overland traverses: one going from the Troll Station in Dronning Maud Land to Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in 2007-2008; and a return traverse by a …
Cryosat Sea Ice Product Validation using CryoVex and IceBridge campaign data (CryoVal-SI) (CryoVal-SI)
Research The CryoVal-SI project is focused on addressing the error budgets for remote sensing of sea ice thickness. The main objectives of the study are: 1. …
Research Primary objective: The objective of N-ICE2015 is to understand how the rapid shift to a younger and thinner sea ice regime in the Arctic affects energy fluxes, sea ice dynamics and the ice-associated ecosystem, as well as local and global climate. …
Mass balance, dynamics, and climate of the central Dronning Maud Land coast, East Antarctica (MADICE)
Assessment MADICE is an Indo-Norwegian research project co-funded by Research Council of Norway and Ministry of Earth Sciences, India. This project is investigating mass balance, dynamics and climate of the central Dronning Maud Land coast, East Antarctica. …
Mapping PolarGAP is an ambitious international collaborative project to fill the ‘Polar Hole’ in satellite gravity coverage, and to explore the ice sheet, geology and geophysics of the South Pole region.
Assessment AMAP is mandated: • To monitor and assess the status of the Arctic region with respect to pollution and climate change issues. • To document levels and trends, pathways and processes, and effects on ecosystems and humans, and propose actions to reduce associated threats for consideration …
Research Improving international scientific collaboration between Arctic sea ice scientists in Norway, Canada, and the USA, and facilitating work for the AMAP SWIPA follow up process.