Maps & Graphics
Tremendous amounts of observational data are generated in sea-ice research. Even researchers themselves often find it hard to draw the right conclusions from this sea of numbers. Accordingly, they convert the raw data into maps and graphics, which allow various trends to be recognised at a glance.
You want to know the current status of the sea-ice cover in the Arctic or Antarctic? You want to know how the sea ice has changed in the last ten years? You want to be able to explain to your children or neighbours how the Arctic food web works? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here you’ll find interactive sea-ice maps, animations and an archive of graphics from the articles posted on the SEA ICE PORTAL.