Read why and how the Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic (ELOKA), a project hosted at NSIDC, digitally illustrated The Northern Bering Sea: Our Way of Life, a book conveying the importance of the northern Bering Sea to tribal communities along the coast.
In February 2016, NSIDC researcher Ted Scambos traveled to Antarctica with a small group of scientists and a slew of instruments, all in hopes of catching the remainder of the Larsen B Ice Shelf complete its collapse. What they found may have been less spectuclar, but it was equally thrilling—as science is concerned.
As a young graduate student, Mark Serreze spent the summers of 1982 and 1983 studying two ice caps near St. Patrick Bay on Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada. These ice caps have dramatically shrunk over the past fifty years and and are likely to soon disappear entirely. Their imminent demise has hit Serreze, now NSIDC…