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Investigating Far-infrared Transmission in Arctic

2/28/2007 This week an international research team began a three–week field campaign at the Department of Energy's ARM site in Barrow to provide the first simultaneous high–resolution dataset of Arctic clear sky and cirrus cloud properties in elusive portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. More

The State Department and International Polar Year

2/22/2007 The International Polar Year (IPY) is an extensive interdisciplinary and multilateral scientific program focusing on issues arising from and opportunities presented by the unique environment of the Arctic and the Antarctic regions. More

Antarctic scientist Susan Solomon: a NOAA "history maker"

2/6/2007 As part of its 200th anniversary celebration, NOAA recognized Solomon for her role in discovering the cause of the ozone hole. More

High School Students Design, Build a Remotely Operated Vehicle for Antarctic Research

2/1/2007 A relatively meager $5,000 investment returned a wealth of experience for students at a California High School. More