Perennial pack ice in the southern Beaufort Sea was not as it appeared in the summer of 2009

@inproceedings{Barber2009PerennialPI,
  title={Perennial pack ice in the southern Beaufort Sea was not as it appeared in the summer of 2009},
  author={David G. Barber and Ryan James Galley and Matthew G. Asplin and Roger de Abreu and Kerri-Ann Warner and Monika Pućko and Mukesh Gupta and Simon J. Prinsenberg and St{\'e}phane Julien},
  year={2009}
}
[1] In September 2009 we observed a much different sea icescape in the Southern Beaufort Sea than anticipated, based on remotely sensed products. Radarsat derived ice charts predicted 7 to 9 tenths multi-year (MY) or thick first-year (FY) sea ice throughout most of the Southern Beaufort Sea in the deep water of the Canada Basin. In situ observations found heavily decayed, very small remnant MY and FY floes interspersed with new ice between floes, in melt ponds, thaw holes and growing over… CONTINUE READING

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