What’s up with the sea-ice leads? – “Image of the Week” at EGU’s blog 

The two illustrations below, processed by UiT PhD fellow Jakob Grahn, are from Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) taken over sea ice in the Arctic Ocean. The images were selected as Image of the Week in the EGU blog. To read more and to see an animation showing the difference between the two images, visit Cryospheric Sciences | Image of the Week — What’s up with the sea-ice leads?

Credit: Jakob Grahn.

Credit: Jakob Grahn.

– Includes material ©JAXA 2015, Included ©JAXA 2015, © PASCO, ©RESTEC
– RADARSAT-2 Data and Products © MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associated Ltd., 2015 – All rights reserved. Radarsat-2 data is provided by Norwegian Space Centre/Kongsberg Satellite Services under the Norwegian-Canadian Radarsat agreement 2015.

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