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9 December 2013
NSIDC scientists recently recorded the lowest temperatures on Earth at a desolate and remote ice plateau in East Antarctica, trumping a record set in 1983 and uncovering a new puzzle about the ice-covered continent.
5 December 2013
NASA Earth data centers have released Sensing Our Planet 2013, a collection of in-depth science stories that reveal the surprising ways that scientists use satellite data to study our planet.
2 December 2013
NSIDC scientists will present new research on Arctic sea ice, Antarctic ice shelf disintegration, snow cover measurement, glaciers in High Asia’s Himalaya-Karakoram region, and new findings in Antarctica’s cold regions using the recently-launched Landsat 8 at next week’s American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California.
18 November 2013
Check out NSIDC’s presentations at the annual science meeting. We will share our research on sea ice, ice shelves, glaciers, frozen ground, snow cover, local traditional knowledge of the Arctic, and data management.