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First paper by CPOM-UCL PhD student Carmen Nab, on Synoptic variability in satellite altimeter-derived radar freeboard of Arctic sea ice was published today in GRL.


A new paper, lead by CPOM-UCL PhD student Thomas Johnson, on measuring sea ice surface roughness from MISR data was published today. Find links to the data and the paper here.


An important new study was published in Nature by J.Landy et al (including M.Tsamados, J.Stroeve from UCL) : A year-round satellite sea-ice thickness record from CryoSat-2

Checkout the BBC News story on how for the first time we can measure sea ice thickness during the Arctic summer months.

Image credit: AWI/Hendicks


Polar Science Group awarded new RCiF Funding to enhance group EO Data Server/Storage capabilities.


Churchill Sea Ice Field Campaign

See UCL PhD student Robbie Mallett's blog


PhD Opportunities

Don't miss the chance of applying for two exciting NERC DtP PhD projects with us on 'Data fusion of 20 years of polar remote sensing data: emerging climate trends?''

Deadline: 10th January 2022

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