3 edition of Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada, 1975-1978 found in the catalog.
Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada, 1975-1978
D. G. Lindsay
by Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Available from Printing and Pub., Supply and Services Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Contributions||Canada. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada., Polar Continental Shelf Project (Canada)|
|LC Classifications||GB2430.N65 L563 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||82217483|
About this book. Sea Ice in the Arctic provides in-depth information about the sea ice in the Arctic at scales from paleoenvironmental variability to more contemporary changes during the past and present centuries. The book is based on several decades of research related to sea ice in the Arctic and its variability, sea ice process studies as well as implications of the sea ice . Historical Sea Ice Atlas: Observed Estimates of Sea Ice Concentration in Alaska Waters This data set includes weekly (January to December ) and monthly (January to December ) midpoint historical sea ice concentration (0 - %) estimates at 1/4 x 1/4 degree spatial resolution for the ocean region around the state of Alaska, USA.
The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world's five major oceans It is also known as the coldest of all the oceans. The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) recognizes it as an ocean, although some oceanographers call it the Arctic is sometimes classified as an estuary of the Atlantic Ocean, and it is also seen as the northernmost part of the all . This Ice Atlas follows from our previous Canadian arctic ice atlas published in The ice years through have been used for this publication and cover a climatological time period of 30 years, the standard for representing statistical averages and extremes.
Polar bear survival contradictions: sea ice decline vs. documented harm; 10 fallacies about Arctic sea ice & polar bear survival refute misleading ‘facts’ Hudson Bay sea ice cover at early summer is similar to the s; Polar bear habitat in Canada and eastern Alaska compared at end of June It’s here – as promised and right on schedule — the sea ice atlas put together by University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) now has ice concentration maps for Alaska going back to — and for every year up to Several examples are included below: August vs August , and April vs. April and April
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Genre/Form: Maps: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lindsay, D.G. (Donald Gordon). Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada, Ottawa: Energy, Mines and. Get this from a library. Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada [D G Lindsay; Polar Continental Shelf Project (Canada); Canada.
Energy, Mines and Resources Canada.]. A large and heavy book, special shipping considerations may apply for overseas orders. View More Add | $ SEA-ICE ATLAS OF ARCTIC CANADA By: Lindsay, D. Price: $ Publisher: Ottawa, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada: These observati ons are presented on coloured maps, 28 x 38 cm, accompanied by written descriptions and se asonal summaries.
A previous report published in entitled "Sea-Ice Atlas of Arctic Canada " precedes this volume. GEOSCAN ID: Historical Sea Ice Atlas. Alaska sea ice, mids to the present. Explore Learn about the Atlas. Consider data sources, history, and planning NA11NOS Work was performed at UAF by the International Arctic Research Center's ACCAP (funded by the NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research) and SNAP, with assistance from the.
Number of documents related to the selected topic: Most recent Annual Arctic Ice Atlas – Winter [PDF; Mo]Please contact us to obtain a copy (PDF format) of previous summaries (winter to winter ).
For this atlas we compare the Total Accumulated Coverage (or ice conditions) for each year of the 1975-1978 book for the period June 25 to October was the year with the minimal ice coverage for the Northern Canadian waters as a whole while.
Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas. Ottawa, Ontario: Oceans North Conservation Society. Cover image: Shaded Relief Map of Canada’s Arctic by Jeremy Davies The loss of summer sea ice in the Arctic is one of the most visible signs of climate change on the globe.
And it is only one symptom of how uickly the region’s ecosystems are changing. The atlas, found atis constructed from historical records, maps, trails and place names, and allows the first overview of the "pan-Inuit" world that is being fragmented as the annual sea ice diminishes and commercial mining and oil drilling encroaches.
Example of new digital map showing the trails of the Inuit. Kelly, P. M () An Arctic sea ice data set, – In Workshop on Snow Cover and Sea Ice Data, Glaciological Data Report GD-5, World Data Center-A for Glaciology, Boulder, Colorado, p.
– Google Scholar. First-ever overview of indigenous knowledge of ice on a broad pan-Arctic scale Ice is changing rapidly and so is indigenous knowledge and use of sea ice Science of modern climate change is strengthened by use of local knowledge Comparative stories of ice use and knowledge across four Arctic nations Unique resource for anyone interested in indigenous visions of Arctic life.
On the frontier = Frontières by Geological Survey of Canada (Book) 2 Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada, by D. G Lindsay Sea-ice atlas of arctic Canada.
Recent changes in the exchange of sea ice between the Arctic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, (7), – doi: /jgrc CrossRef Google Scholar.
Areas of the ocean that have frozen are considered “sea ice,” and can vary from slushy, barely solid areas to sheets of ice that are meters thick. Since the late s, satellites have been used to monitor both the extent and concentration of sea ice around the world, and the National Snow and Ice Data Center generates a sea ice extent.
Arctic Web Map (AWM) is an Arctic-specific web mapping tool allowing researchers to customize map projections for scientifically accurate visualization and analysis, a function that is critical for arctic research but missing in existing web mapping platforms.
It provides a visually appealing tool for education and outreach to a wider audience. The Atlas shows “snapshots” in time, as well as historical trends in arctic sea ice cover and extent. It is not designed for forecasting or prediction, but can provide useful historical context for future planning efforts.
Challenges of data collection and interpretation. Collecting sea ice data has always been difficult and dangerous work. the Inuit Siku (sea ice) Atlas () as part of the Inuit Sea Ice Use and Occupancy Project (ISIUOP), an International Polar Year (IPY) project that.
Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS), the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP), and the Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning (SNAP) Partners.
Funded by the National Ocean Service at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) through AOOS grant #NA11NOS OCLC Number: Description: 67 pages maps (some color), charts (some color), color diagrams 51 x 87 cm: Responsibility: by Charles Swithinbank; prepared at the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, England, under Defence Research Board contract no.
As the use of Alaska’s Arctic waters increases, so does the need for timely and detailed information about sea ice conditions. Using powerful software and historical databases extending back to the s, AOOS is partnering with the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP) at the University of Alaska to produce a digital sea ice atlas for Alaska.
Most of high arctic Canada and the Canadian Archipelago is part of Nunavut. Baffin Island has almost everything that the Arctic has to offer, plentiful wildlife, enormous mountains, fjords, glaciers, sea-ice, modern Inuit culture and an extensive history of occupation by native peoples and visits by explorers.Primary productivity in the Arctic has increased 30% over the last 10 years, indicating significant shifts in the base of the food web.
Gaps in current knowledge As sea ice cover changes and more light is available for longer periods of time, the impact of increased phytoplankton and a second fall bloom on Arctic food webs is not well understood.Friday, ApAM - The new official map of Canada is raising some eyebrows this week, as - contrary to reality - it appears to show an increase in Arctic sea ice over the previous.