SMOS

Sea ice thickness in the Laptev Sea at the end of the previous winter (April 20, 2012): The sea ice thickness was determined with the SMOS (Soil Moisture Ocean Saliniy) satellite that can resolve ice thicknesses up to 50 centimeter. The black line shows the mission’s flight track. SMOS-data: Lars Kaleschke, KlimaCampus, Hamburg University
Eisdicken in der Laptewsee am Ende des vergangenen Winters (20. April, 2012). Die Meereisdicken wurden mit dem SMOS (Soil Moisture Ocean Saliniy) Satelliten ermittelt, der Eisdicken bis zu 50 Zentimeter aufloesen kann. Die schwarze Linie zeigt die Flugroute der AWI-Wissenschaftler. SMOS-Daten: Lars Kaleschke, KlimaCampus, Universit??t Hamburg

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June 13, 2012
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