Anomalous collapses of Nares Strait ice arches leads to enhanced export of Arctic sea ice

Volume: 12, Issue: 1
Published: Jan 4, 2021
Abstract
The ice arches that usually develop at the northern and southern ends of Nares Strait play an important role in modulating the export of Arctic Ocean multi-year sea ice. The Arctic Ocean is evolving towards an ice pack that is younger, thinner, and more mobile and the fate of its multi-year ice is becoming of increasing interest. Here, we use sea ice motion retrievals from Sentinel-1 imagery to report on the recent behavior of these ice arches...
Paper Details
Title
Anomalous collapses of Nares Strait ice arches leads to enhanced export of Arctic sea ice
Published Date
Jan 4, 2021
Volume
12
Issue
1
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