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Ice: Research Highlights

  • Understanding the Structure of Sea Ice
  • Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets
  • ITASE (International Trans Antarctic Scientific Expedition)
  • Winter Research Capability at Toolik Field Station, Alaska
  • Improving Climate Model Predictions Through a Surprising Link to Snow Cover Simulation
  • Loss of Arctic Sea Ice Observed in 2007
  • What is Happening to the Antarctic Sea Ice Cover?
  • Sea Level Rise from Polar Ice Sheets: Societal Relevance and Broader Impacts
  • Connections: Sea-level Rise, Climate-change and the Dynamics of Glaciers
  • Ancient Glaciers in Antarctica Key to Understanding Climate Change
  • A Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice
  • Calibrating Past Climate Change in the High Arctic: Svalbard, Norway Research Experiences for Undergraduates
  • Novel Ice Core Drill Reveals Pacific Northwest's Climate Past
  • Studying Past Changes in Arctic Fossils
  • Abrupt Ice Retreat Could Produce Ice-Free Arctic Summers by 2040
  • Antarctic Temperature Changes, 1958-2002
  • Arctic Cetaceans: Indicators of Climate Change


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