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1. NASA Earth Science Decadal Survey Studies [Planning Stage] [NASA_Decadal_Survey_Place_Holder]
[Source: NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Earth Sciences, http://science.nasa.gov/earth-science/decadal-surveys/ ] NASA relies on the science community to ...


2. Global Annual Freezing and Thawing Indices [NSIDC-0063]
The total annual freezing and thawing indices are defined as the cumulative number of degree-days when air temperatures are below and above zero degrees Celsius. The total annual freezing index has ...


3. Nenana Ice Classic: Tanana River Ice Annual Breakup Dates [NSIDC-0064]
The Nenana river in the Interior of Alaska usually freezes over during October and November. The ice continues to grow throughout the winter accumulating an average maximum thickness of about 110 ...


4. MEaSUREs Global Record of Daily Landscape Freeze/Thaw Status [NSIDC-0477]
The MEaSUREs Global Record of Daily Landscape Freeze/Thaw Status Version 2 product is a global record of the daily freeze/thaw (FT) status of the landscape derived from satellite observations of radiometric ...


5. State of the Cryosphere [NSIDC-0090]
The Cryospheric regions, or regions where water is found in solid form, are among the most sensitive to temperature change. Average temperatures in snow and ice-covered areas typically ...


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