Surface and upper air charts during the Arctic extreme warm summer of 1998

Synoptic charts of surface and upper air for the period of June to August 1998 were provided by CMC-MSC. These charts are part of the project "The State of the Arctic Cryosphere During the Extreme Warm Summer of 1998." The year 1998 was the warmest on record in Canada and globally, with particularly pronounced warming anomalies located over the Canadian Arctic in the spring and fall seasons. This warming had major implications for snow, ice and permafrost (the Acryosphere) in the north. The Charts are provided are .cpt (Corel PhotoPaint) files of the arctic area for selected times extracted from the hemispheric files.

Identifier
Source https://www.polardata.ca/pdcsearch/PDCSearchDOI.jsp?doi_id=1727
Metadata Access http://www.polardata.ca/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=fgdc&identifier=1727_fgdc
Provenance
Creator Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada
Publisher Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
Contributor Polar Data Catalogue
Publication Year 2014
Rights Research programs, CCIN, or ArcticNet take no liability for the use or transmission of this data
OpenAccess true
Contact pdc(at)uwaterloo.ca
Representation
Language English
Format Computer file
Discipline Environmental Research
Spatial Coverage (-180.000W, 50.000S, 180.000E, 90.000N)
Temporal Coverage Begin 1998-06-01T00:00:00Z
Temporal Coverage End 1998-08-31T00:00:00Z