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This data set contains ice thickness measurements collected over sea ice in the Barrow, Alaska area and at the Navy Ice Camp in the main pack ice of the Arctic Ocean as part of the joint in situ and aircraft AMSRIce03 campaign conducted in March 2003.
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N: 71.28, S: 71.18, E: -156.15, W: -156.4
N: 72.95, S: 72.9, E: -147.5, W: -147.65