To help promote awareness of glacier recession and to support the Roger G. Barry Resource Office for Cryospheric Studies (ROCS), ROCS has created an Adopt-a-Glacier fundraising project.
The SCICEX Web site has been improved. The new site includes links to data access locations, science meeting notes and presentations, and history and background of the program.
In cooperation with NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) Climate Data Record (CDR) program, NSIDC has released a CDR of sea ice concentration that has full data transparency.
NOAA@NSIDC and the Roger G. Barry Resource Office for Cryospheric Studies (ROCS) are pleased to announce the launch of the ROCS Archives Catalog; and with this, the completion of the… Read more »
NOAA, the European Space Agency, NASA, and several other agencies sponsor the Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) to work on improving the quality, timeliness, and accessibility of… Read more »
NOAA@NSIDC project manager, Ann Windnagel, attended the SCICEX Science Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting that took place January 26 – 28, 2011 in Washington D.C.
NSIDC and the U.S. National Ice Center (NIC) are pleased to announce a new daily sea ice analysis product: The Multisensor Analyzed Sea Ice Extent – Northern Hemisphere (MASIE-NH).
NOAA@NSIDC project manager Lisa Ballagh gave an invited talk at the Geological Society of America (GSA) meeting in Denver.
The NSIDC Sea Ice Index was featured in Google Earth’s Blog: The Amazing Things About Google Earth.
At the IICWG Science Day on October 26, NOAA@NSIDC lead Florence Fetterer spoke on NOAA’s Arctic Sea Ice Forecasting Activities, Research, and Priorities.