We are pleased to invite you to this weeks` CIRFA seminar given by post doc Debanshu Ratha. Title: The Geodesic Distance-Based Approach to PolSAR Data Analysis and its Potential for Sea-Ice Applications. When: 25 November 2021, 14:00-15:00. Where: Teams Click here to join the meeting Abstract: To monitor activities and phenomenon in the Arctic region,…
How do we know the paths of large floating objects including ice bergs, oil spill simulations, and how do we pinpointf search areas during Search-and-Rescue missions? This requires modeling of surface ocean currents in real time and into the future with high spatial and temporal resolution. Learn more about how remote sensing and modeling can help with such tasks in the next CIRFA seminar.
Welcome to this autumn`s first CIRFA seminar. The seminar will be given by Robbie Mallett on “Snow on Arctic sea ice – much still to learn from Soviet Drifting stations”. Welcome!
Join us for the next CIRFA Seminar on 20. May with a special focus on icebergs.
The next CIRFA seminar will be given by Geoffrey Dawson (Bristol Univ.) and Sindre Fritzner (UiT).
The next CIRFA seminar will be given by Arttu Jutila from Alfred Wegener Institute and Wenkai Guo from UIT the Arctic University of Norway. WHEN: 15 April 2021, 14:00-15:00.
The next CIRFA seminar on “Ocean color remote sensing in the Arctic Ocean” will be presented by our colleague Atsushi Matsuoka from the University of New Hampshire.
The next CIRFA seminar on “The salient role of saline snow on seasonal sea ice” will be presented by our colleague John Yackel from University of Calgary.
The next CIRFA seminar will be presented by our colleague Hiroshi Sumata from the Norwegian Polar Institute. TITLE: Unprecedented decline of sea ice thickness and ice export through Fram Strait in 2018 WHEN: 18 February 2021, 14:00-15:00. WHERE: Click here to join the meeting Abstract Fram Strait is the major gateway connecting the Arctic Ocean…