Sea Ice Mass Balance in the Antarctic


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International Polar Year 2007-2008

ICESat Laser 3I Campaign

Workshop on Antarctic Sea Ice



Sea ice thickness, combined with a real extent as the sea ice mass balance, is the principal response of climatic and oceanic interaction in the marine areas of Antarctica. A major thrust of the project is to obtain sea ice thickness, extent, and physical properties in order to characterize mechanisms of growth and decay and the roles of both the ocean and atmosphere in the sea ice annual cycle.




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