Current sea ice maps for Arctic and Antartic

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Winter 2017/18 sea ice thickness analysis with observations from CryoSat-2

22 June 2018
CryoSat-2, a radar altimeter satellite of the European Space Agency (ESA), had its eighth birthday on April 8, 2018. Observations from CryoSat-2 add vital information on sea ice thickness to other satellite observations, such as sea ice concentration, drift and extent. Read more here about latest results from the these measurements here...

Data portal expands its services for sea-ice drift

15 March 2018
‘The sea-ice drift data offers researchers the chance to more accurately investigate the loss of sea ice in the Arctic by allowing them to view not only the ice concentration and thickness, but also horizontal ice transport,’ explains Dr Hiroshi Sumata, a sea-ice physicist at the AWI and head of the project for calculating sea-ice drift uncertainties.
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