NOAA@NSIDC has archived and made SCICEX 2000 and 2003 Expendable Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (XCTD) data available from the SCICEX Web site.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) had humble beginnings when the U.S. World Data Center (WDC) for Glaciology moved to Boulder, Colorado in 1976.
NOAA@NSIDC is pleased to announce that the Sea Ice Index data archive now has daily as well as monthly ice extent numbers for the northern and southern hemispheres, and the product documentation has also been overhauled.
NOAA@NSIDC has acquired DOI numbers for two of our most popular data sets: the World Glacier Inventory and theGlacier Photograph Collection. This is in an effort to make our data easier to… Read more »
The NOAA/NSIDC Climate Data Record of Passive Microwave Sea Ice Concentration data set, released in late 2011 at a daily resolution, has now been processed to include a monthly averaged… Read more »
The Global Lake and River Ice Phenology database has seasonal freeze-up and breakup dates as well as other descriptive ice information for 865 lakes and rivers in twelve Northern Hemisphere countries.
In cooperation with the World Glacier Monitoring Service (WGMS), NOAA@NSIDC has released an updated version of the World Glacier Inventory (WGI).
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.
The Sea-ice Thickness and Draft Statistics from Submarine ULS, Moored ULS, and a Coupled Model is now available from NSIDC. This data set consists of estimates of mean values of… Read more »