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1. Coordinated Eastern Arctic Experiment (CEAREX) Data [NSIDC-0020]
CEAREX was a multi-platform field program conducted in the Norwegian Seas and Greenland north to Svalbard from September 1988 through May 1989. Canada, Denmark, France, Norway and the United States ...


2. Surface Elevation and Ice Thickness, Western Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica [NSIDC-0119]
This data set provides surface elevation and ice thickness data for a portion of the Marie Byrd Land sector of West Antarctica, including the Ford Ranges, the Sulzberger Ice Shelf, much of the Edward ...


3. Vertical Strain at Siple Dome, Antarctica, 1999-2002 [NSIDC-0214]
At the Siple Dome area of Antarctica, much of the ice flow is vertical, which causes vertical ice deformation. To measure this phenomenon, the investigators used a method known as vertical strain ...


4. SEDNA: Sea ice Experiment - Dynamic Nature of the Arctic [G02200]
The Sea Ice Experiment - Dynamic Nature of the Arctic (SEDNA) is an international collaborative effort to improve the understanding of the interaction between sea ice dynamics and Arctic climate. ...


5. Measurements of the effects of debris on the mechanical behaviour (deformation and motion) of ice of the Taylor Glacier, Taylor Valley, Antarctica [K053_1992_2000_NZ_1]
Debris-rich ice is a commonly observed basal ice facies found at the base of many temperate and polar glaciers and at the base of cores through major ice sheets. The effects of the presence of debris ...


6. Mechanics of Dry-Land Calving of Ice Cliffs [fountain_0233823]
This award supports a comprehensive study of land-based polar ice cliffs. Through field measurements, modeling, and remote sensing, the physics underlying the formation of ice cliffs at the margin ...


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