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1. Greenland 5 km DEM, Ice Thickness, and Bedrock Elevation Grids [NSIDC-0092]
A Digital Elevation Model (DEM), ice thickness grid, and bedrock elevation grid of Greenland acquired as part of the PARCA program are available in ASCII text format at a 5 km grid spacing in a polar ...


2. Ice Velocities Around the 2000 Meter Traverse in Greenland [NSIDC-0615]
This data set contains traverse measurements used to infer the mass balance of central parts of the ice sheet upslope from the traverse, and results from this work have been published in Thomas et ...


3. Mass-Balance Estimates by Comparing Ice Discharge Across the 2000 m Traverse [NSIDC-0618]
Ice-sheet mass balance can be inferred from comparison between total net accumulation and total ice discharge, and this data set contains results from such a comparison for higher-elevation parts ...


4. Greenland Ice Surface Elevations from NASA ATM Airborne Lidar [NSIDC-0614]
Scanning laser altimeters were flown over the Greenland icesheet during late spring or early summer from 1993 to 1999. Flights spanned the entire icesheet, sampling interior and coastal regions and ...


5. Modelled Precipitation Over Greenland [NSIDC-0612]
This data set includes the annual total precipitation from 1985 to 1999 and monthly total precipitation from January 1985 to December 1999. The data is derived from a dynamic model using the omega ...


6. Scatterometer Climate Record Pathfinder Data [NSIDC-0613]
This data set contains mean normalized backscatter coefficient (sigma-naught); backscatter variance; and other associated data files from Seasat SASS carrying a Ku-band scatterometer (1978), European ...


7. Elevation Change of the Southern Greenland Ice Sheet from 1978-88 [NSIDC-0223]
Southern Greenland ice sheet elevation change estimates are derived from SEASAT and GEOSAT radar altimetry data from 1978 to 1988. Data are confined to 61-72 deg N, 30-50 deg W, above 1700 m elevation. ...


8. Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Characteristics Derived from Passive Microwave Data [NSIDC-0218]
The Greenland ice sheet melt extent data, acquired as part of the NASA Program for Arctic Regional Climate Assessment (PARCA), is a daily (or every other day, prior to August 1987) estimate of the ...


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