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IceBridge MCoRDS L1B Geolocated Radar Echo Strength Profiles, Version 1 (IRMCR1B)
Data set:
IRMCR1B
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Version Summary
Initial release

Overview

This data set contains radar echograms taken from the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) ultra Multichannel Coherent Radar Depth Sounder (MCoRDS) over land and sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic. The data were collected as part of Operation IceBridge funded aircraft survey campaigns.
Data Contributor(s):
  • Carl
    Leuschen
  • John
    Paden
  • Prasad
    Gogineni
  • Fernando
    Rodriguez-Morales
  • Chris
    Allen
Parameter(s):
RADAR IMAGERY SEA ICE ELEVATION
Platform(s):
DC-8, P-3B
Sensor(s):
MCoRDS
Data Format(s):
PNG, JPEG, KML, MAT
Temporal Coverage:
16 October 2009 to 6 November 2012
Temporal Resolution:
Varies
Spatial Resolution:
Varies
Varies
Spatial Coverage:
N:
83
S:
59
E:
-12
W:
-74
N:
-53
S:
-90
E:
180
W:
-180

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