Catlin Arctic Survey 2009

A team of 3 polar explorers were able to perform an extreme field expedition, taking physical measurements of ice thickness and snow depth using a manual ice drill and ice gauge over a 470km transit from 81.5N130W, to 85.33N125W, during a 72 day expedition in from the 1st of March to the 11th of July 2009. The team selected pans each evening representative of the type of ice they had travelled on during the day, and measured it's thickness and snow covering by taking multiple physical measurements, avoiding boundary conditions near ridges and leads. This methodology provides modal ice thickness results which in this case was almost exclusively First Year Ice.

Identifier
Source https://www.polardata.ca/pdcsearch/PDCSearchDOI.jsp?doi_id=1858
Metadata Access http://www.polardata.ca/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=fgdc&identifier=1858_fgdc
Provenance
Creator Ann Daniels;Pen Hadow;Martin Hartley
Publisher Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
Contributor Catlin Arctic Survey
Publication Year 2011
Rights Public
Contact andy@catlinarcticsurvey.com
Representation
Language English
Coverage
Discipline Environmental Research
Spatial Coverage (81N-85N,130W-130W)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2009-03-01T11:59:59Z
Temporal Coverage End 2009-05-11T11:59:59Z