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Sea ice drifter trajectories from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Process Cruise 2018

The sea ice drifter trajectories from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Cruise 2018. These trajectories were obtained by instruments deployed on the ice. For more information about the deployment, see: Fer, Ilker, et al. Physical Process Cruise 2018.

Jean Rabault, Sea ice drifter trajectories from the Arven Etter Nansen Physical Process Cruise 2018, (2021) published by Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/9p70-4q69

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

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.

Thomas Lavergne, Arctic sea-ice drift vectors using a S2S (swath-to-swath) approach., (2021) published by Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/92a6-6369

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

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.

Thomas Lavergne, Arctic sea-ice drift vectors using a DM (daily-maps) approach., (2021) published by Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/a166-4y85

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