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Likely Basal Thermal State of the Greenland Ice Sheet, Version 1 (RDBTS4)
Data set:
RDBTS4
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Overview

The Likely Basal Thermal State of the Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) product contains key data sets that show how the likely basal thermal state was inferred from existing airborne and satellite data sets and recent methods, and provides a synthesis mask of the likely basal thermal state over the Greenland Ice Sheet.
Data Contributor(s):
  • Joseph
    MacGregor
  • Mark
    Fahnestock
  • Ginny
    Catania
  • John
    Paden
  • Prasad
    Gogineni
  • Mathieu
    Morlighem
  • William
    Colgan
  • Sophie
    Nowicki
  • Andy
    Aschwanden
Parameter(s):
THERMAL PROPERTIES
Platform(s):
AQUA, DC-8, P-3B, TERRA
Sensor(s):
ACORDS, ICORDS, MCRDS, MCoRDS, MODIS
Data Format(s):
NetCDF, XML
Temporal Coverage:
23 June 1993 to 26 April 2013
Temporal Resolution:
Varies
Spatial Resolution:
5
5
Spatial Coverage:
N:
81.51
S:
58.91
E:
6.62
W:
-88.33

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