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1. AVHRR Leads-ARI Polar Gridded Brightness Temperatures, Version 1 [NSIDC-0026_1]
This data set consists of AVHRR imagery selected from hard copy 'quick look' images to provide the best coverage possible over the Arctic approximately every three days for a three-year period. Level-1B ...


2. Arctic and Southern Ocean Sea Ice Concentrations, Version 1 [G00799_1]
This data set provides monthly sea ice concentration for the Arctic from 1901 to 1995 and for the Southern Oceans from 1973 to 1990 on a standard 1-degree grid (cylindrical projection) to provide ...


3. Barents Sea Opening [DOKIPY_rcmiaoos]
Barents Sea Opening: Current meter array


4. Barents Sea Plankton Data [GLOBEC_002_BS_001]
Barents Sea Plankton Data: 1952 - Present Day In the early 1950's, PINRO initiated annual plankton research expeditions. PINRO regularly conducted 3 surveys a year. To obtain good material on the ...


5. Coordinated Eastern Arctic Experiment (CEAREX) Data, Version 1 [NSIDC-0020_1]
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 ...


6. Surface drifter ID=94204 data, POLEWARD project (NO971274042), Met.No, UiO, UiB, NP, 2007-2010 [DOKIPY_poleward]
Content: Data from surface drifter ID=94204deployed in the Nordic Seas, POLEWARD project (NO971274042) Project Owner: met.no Partners: Met.no, UiO, UiB, NPI Project Menager: Cecilie Mauritzen ...


7. Airborne X- and C-band SAR Images of Sea Ice in the Barents Sea [SIZEX-89-SAR]
SIZEX-89 was an official pre-launch ERS-1 program where the main objectives were to perform ERS-1 type sensors signature studies of different ice types in order to develop SAR algorithms for ice variables ...


8. Ice classes - Barents Sea [ARNd0073_103]
The polar regions hold large masses of water in the form of ice, and this ice has a modifying effect on temperature variations. An increase in the mean temperature of the Arctic, as has been predicted, ...


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