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International scientists, researchers and decision makers met at the â€˜Space and the Arctic workshopâ€™ to identify the needs and challenges of working and living in the rapidly changing Arctic and to explore how space-based services can help to meet those needs.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA begins a series of flights Oct. 15 to study changes to Antarctica's sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets.
Low-level aerial surveys aim to understand rapid Antarctic melting.
The US space agency says it is ready to start a study of the Earth's southern ice-covered regions to identify changes in sea ice, ice sheets and glaciers.
U.S. scientists using satellite data and records from cold war submarine missions have found Arctic Ocean ice thickness has declined 53 percent since 1980. This summer, a group of U.S.
Back in 2002, NASA created a film using satellite data that took viewers on a tour of Earthâ€™s frozen regions. This year, NASA visualizers are taking viewers on a return trip to see how things have changed over the years.
This summer, a group of scientists and students â€” as well as a Canadian senator, a writer, and a filmmaker â€” set out from Resolute Bay, Canada, on the icebreaker Louis S. St-Laurent.
NASA and the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo, will hold a media teleconference on Monday, April 6, at 11 am EDT, to present the latest observations of sea ice conditions in the Arctic.
NASA says it has produced a unique movie about Earth's changing ice and snow cover to be shown at U.S.
NASA has created a unique "spherical" movie about Earth's changing ice and snow cover as captured by NASA spacecraft. "Frozen," a 12-minute, narrated film, premieres at science centers and museums March 27.