800 views12-month average probability of occurrence of sea ice extent frequency from 1978-2005 from the Northern Hemisphere EASE-Grid Weekly Snow Cover and Sea Ice Extent Version 3 data set. NSIDC EASE-Grid Web Site
pancake ice1282 viewsPancake photographed north of Greenland.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Andy Mahoney, NSIDC
broken sea ice2374 viewsSea ice north of Greenland.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Andy Mahoney, NSIDC
2007 Arctic Sea Ice Animation1040 viewsThis animation of September sea ice concentration from 1979 to 2007 shows that sea ice has been declining over the thirty years of the satellite record.
Arctic Sea Ice Concentration 2008, Google Earth925 viewsSea Ice: Daily Concentration and Extent (SSM/I Sensor) for 2008 melt season, shown in Google Earth
USS Hawkbill573 viewsUSS Hawkbill from its starbord bow while surfaced near the North Pole during SCICEX 98. Photo courtesy of ASL.
Antarctica & Sea Ice1288 viewsReduced-resolution image from QuikScat sigma-0 measurements. This image shows Antarctica and the surrounding sea ice on July 1999.
535 viewsPart of the Heitronics KT-19.82 thermal radiometer, mounted to the port side rail of the Aurora Australis, to measure the skin temperature of the sea ice.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Ted Scambos, NSIDC
533 viewsAn aerial view of an example of rafted nila.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Alice O'Connor
511 viewsThe moon as seen from the Antarctic waters along the ARISE Cruise.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Rachel Marsh
502 viewsOne of several teams aboard the Aurora Australis, being lowered in the basket so that can start their research.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Ted Scambos, NSIDC
860 viewsThe iceberg seen on the ARISE Cruise, surrounded by cake ice in the background.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Paul Endersby
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