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Dirty, Crevassed Glaciers in Alaska

Over the years, scientists have captured spectacular photographs while mapping ice during NASA’s 

NASA Completes Survey Flights to Map Arctic Ice

Operation IceBridge, NASA’s longest-running airborne mission to monitor polar ice change, concluded this year’s springtime survey of Arctic sea and land ice.

OIB - P-3 Orion 05/01/18 Science Report

Mission K-EGIG-Summit
Priority: Baseline

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/30/18 Science Report

Mission: Thomas-Jakobshavn 01

Priority: Baseline

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/29/18 Science Report

Mission: ICESat-2 South

Priority: High

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/27/18 Science Report

Mission: Helheim-Kangerdlugssuaq

Priority: Baseline

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/26/18 Science Report

Mission: Southwest Glaciers 01 + parts of Southwest Coastal 

Priority: High + Baseline

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/25/18 Science Report

Misson: Southeast Coastal
Priority: Baseline

This mission reflies a 20-km coast-parallel grid along the southeast Greenland coast, enabling direct measurement of dh/dt in the catchment areas of the many major glaciers in the area across a range of surface elevations. It also reflies the centerlines of the Fritdjof Glacier, as well as the two central branches of the Ikertivaq Glaciers. The Ikertivaq centerlines are new for 2015. 

OIB - P-3 Orion 04/23/18 Science Report

Mission: East Glaciers 01
Priority: Medium


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