NSIDC

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NSIDCNational Snow and Ice Data Center
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The authors duly acknowledge the NASA Distributed Active Archive Centre (DAAC) and the National Snow and Ice Data Centre (NSIDC) for making the MODIS snow albedo, MODIS LST, and SRTM DEM data freely available for download; along with the Goddard Earth Sciences' (GES) Data and Information Services Center (DISC) and National Centers for Environmental Prediction/ Oregon State University/ Air Force/ Hydrologic Research Lab (NOAH) for making the Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS) SWE data freely available for download.
[21] National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center, Snow Data Assimilation System (SNODAS) Data Products at NSIDC, National Snow and Ice Data Center, Boulder, Colo, USA, 2004.
NSIDC director Mark Serreze said: "I've never seen such a warm, crazy winter in the Arctic.
Type CISDA trend NSIDC trend Breakup -0.95 ** -0.55 *** Freeze-up +0.54 ** +0.49 Ice-free season 1.58 *** 1.05 *** TABLE 3.
Sea ice extent dropped to its lowest for the year of 4.41 million square kilometres (1.70 million square miles), the fourth-lowest minimum in satellite records and well below the average minimum for 1981 to 2010, the NSIDC data revealed.
Las imagenes usadas en esta parte del estudio se obtuvieron del Land Processes Distributed Active Archive Center- LP-DAAC, National Snow and Ice Data Center- NSIDC y Goddard Earth Sciences, Data and Information Services Center--GES DISC.
"This year's maximum ice extent was the lowest in the satellite record, with below-average ice conditions everywhere except in the Labrador Sea and Davis Strait," the US National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) said in a statement.
20, according to NSIDC data, when the sea ice covered 7.78 million square miles (20.14 million square kilometers).
CONTACTS: National Snow & Ice Data Center, nsidc.org; British Antarctic Survey, www.antarctica.ac.uk.
Julienne Stroeve, a senior scientist at NSIDC, Boulder and lead author of the new study, said that the Arctic is warming and this is causing the melt season to last longer, Daily Science reported.