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Wireless Sensor Network for meteorological observations on Midtre Løvenbreen glacier

By laraf | Fri, 09/30/2022 - 11:58

The Hive Wireless sensor network project designed and assembled automatic weather stations that are currently installed at Kongsvegen glacier in Svalbard and records near surface meteorological variables: air temperature, relative humidity, air pressure

Filhol, S., Lefeuvre, P. M., & Gallet, J.-C. (2022). Wireless Sensor Network for meteorological observations on Midtre Løvenbreen glacier. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/5ht4-bj50

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Wireless Sensor Network for meteorological observations on Kongsvegen glacier

By laraf | Fri, 09/30/2022 - 11:41

The Hive Wireless sensor network project designed and assembled automatic weather stations that are currently installed at Kongsvegen glacier in Svalbard and records near surface meteorological variables: air temperature, relative humidity, air pressure

Filhol, S., Lefeuvre, P. M., & Gallet, J.-C. (2022). Wireless Sensor Network for meteorological observations on Kongsvegen glacier. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/1r1z-ae07

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Automatic weather station on Etonbreen/ Austfonna glacier

By laraf | Fri, 09/30/2022 - 11:08

Automatic weather station (AWS) on Etonbreen glacier, an outlet from the Austfonna ice cap in North-East Svalbard. The AWS is located at approx 360 m a.s.l. near the long term equilibrium line altitude.

Schuler, T. V., Hult, J., & Filhol, S. (2022). Automatic weather station on Etonbreen/ Austfonna glacier. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/9hez-nz67

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Aggregated high resolution aerosol optical depth from stations and ships in the Svalbard area in the context of the REHEARSOL project

By laraf | Fri, 09/23/2022 - 13:30

High resolution aerosol optical depth from Sverdrup Station in Ny Ålesund (instruments: PFR, lunar PFR), AWIPEV Station in Ny-Ålesund (instruments: SP1A, C

Althausen, D., Zielinski, T., Pakszys, P., Kouremeti, N., Kazadzis, S., Hansen, G. H., Ritter, C., Mateos, D., & Sobolewski, P. (2022). Aggregated high resolution aerosol optical depth from stations and ships in the Svalbard area in the context of the REHEARSOL project [Data set]. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/1GAJ-4645

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Data collected during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2008

By laraf | Wed, 10/13/2021 - 11:30

Current profiles and hydrographic data collected by the Norwegian Polar Institute during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2008 in the Fram Strait.

Edmond Hansen, Paul Dodd, Data collected during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2008, (2011) published by Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/btym-vh89

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Data collected during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2007

By laraf | Wed, 10/13/2021 - 09:50

Current profiles and hydrographic data collected by the Norwegian Polar Institute during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2007 in the Fram Strait.

Edmond Hansen, Paul Dodd, Data collected during the KV Svalbard cruise in 2007, (2011) published by Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/7jqb-5930

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

By laraf | Tue, 09/14/2021 - 10:51

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.

By laraf | Tue, 07/06/2021 - 13:37

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.

By laraf | Tue, 07/06/2021 - 12:52

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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