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Ground-based electromagnetic (EM) and drill-hole ice and snow thickness and melt pond depth measurements during Polarstern cruise ARK-XII in 1996 at ice floe station Ark12_220p1

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.125023
  • Ark12_220P1
  • Ark-Xii
  • Awi_Seaice
  • Draft
  • Drilling And Ruler Tape
  • Electromagnetic Sounding (Em)
  • Geonics Em31 Conductivity Sensor
  • Haas Et Al 1997
  • Feme
  • Freeboard
  • Ice Measurement
  • Kara/Laptev Sea/Transpolar Drift
  • Polarstern
  • Ps41
  • Remote Sensing Of Sea Ice Properties
  • Ruler Stick
  • Sea Ice Physics @ Awi
  • Sea Ice Thickness
  • Snow Thickness
  • Surface Elevation
  • Surface Levelling/Surveying
  • Design


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