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Near-surface vegetation monitoring in Adventdalen, Svalbard (Rack #1, 2015-2018)

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NDVI, GCC, soil and surface temperature, and soil water content data from Adventdalen, Svalbard. This data was collected with a time-lapse RGB camera and NDVI sensor installed on a two meter high metal rack to monitor tundra vegetation. The time-lapse photos have gone through a manual quality check and were automatically adjusted with an algorithm to correct for lateral and rotational movements. A mask was used to calculate Green Chromatic Channel (GCC) from the photos.

Antarctic sea-ice drift vectors using a S2S (swath-to-swath) approach.

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Underlying dataset for the Lavergne et al. (2020) manuscript in EGU The Cryosphere Discussion. Processed from GCOM-W1 AMSR2 36.5 GHz (Ka-band) imagery. See the manuscript for more details.

Arctic sea-ice drift vectors using a S2S (swath-to-swath) approach.

Abstract: 

Underlying dataset for the Lavergne et al. (2020) manuscript in EGU The Cryosphere Discussion. Processed from GCOM-W1 AMSR2 36.5 GHz (Ka-band) imagery. See the manuscript for more details.

Antarctic sea-ice drift vectors using a DM (daily-maps) approach.

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Underlying dataset for the Lavergne et al. (2020) manuscript in EGU The Cryosphere Discussion. Processed from GCOM-W1 AMSR2 36.5 GHz (Ka-band) imagery. See the manuscript for more details.

Arctic sea-ice drift vectors using a DM (daily-maps) approach.

Abstract: 

Underlying dataset for the Lavergne et al. (2020) manuscript in EGU The Cryosphere Discussion. Processed from GCOM-W1 AMSR2 36.5 GHz (Ka-band) imagery. See the manuscript for more details.

Oceanographic observations for the Coastal Highway E39 project in Mid-Norway

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This is a collection of observations from several moored buoys in the Norwegian archipelago and fjords. The buoys measure wind and waves as well as currents, temperature and salinity at several depths in Halsafjord, Sulafjord and Vartdalsfjord and at an offshore location (winter 2019/2020). Both high-frequency recordings of 0,5 - 2 Hz and 10 - 20 minute mean values are provided.

Meteorological observations in tall masts for the Coastal Highway E39 project in Mid-Norway

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This is a collection of high-frequency observations of wind speed and wind directions in several tall masts for the Coastal Highway E39 bridge project in Mid-Norway. The masts are 50-100 m high and located in complex terrain near the shoreline in Halsafjorden, Julsundet and Storfjorden in the Møre og Romsdal county of Norway. Observations of the three-dimensional wind vector are done at 2-4 levels in each mast, with a temporal frequency of 10 Hz. Both 10-minute mean of filtered 10 Hz (raw) data as well as the filtered 10 Hz recordings are provided.

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