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|Title: ||Sub-daily sea ice motion and deformation from RADARSAT observations|
|Authors: ||Kwok, R.|
Cunningham, G. F.
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2003 |
|Citation: ||Geophysical research letters v.30, n.23, 2218, doi:10.1029/2003GL018723|
Pasadena, CA, USA
|Abstract: ||We find a persistent level of oscillatory sea ice motion and deformation, superimposed on the large-scale wind-driven field, in May 2002 (spring) and February 2003 (mid-winter), in the high Arctic over a region centered at approx.(85degreeN, 135degreeW). At this latitude, the RADARSAT wide-swath SAR coverage provides 4??equential observations every day, for ice motion retrieval, with a sampling interval at the orbital period of approx. 101 minutes.|
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