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The CliC Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison for CMIP6 (ISMIP6) brings together for the first time a consortium of international ice sheet models and coupled ice sheet-climate models to fully explore the sea level rise contribution from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. ISMIP6 is a collaboration between ice sheet and climate modelers, along with observationalists and remote sensed expert over the polar regions. 

ISMIP6 was established in fall 2014, but is based on a long history of Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Projects or ISMIP, including the more recent European ice2sea and COMBINE efforts, and the Sea level Response to Ice Sheet Evolution (SeaRISE) community effort.

ESA-CliC-EGU Earth Observation and Cryosphere Science logo
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Logo for the ESA-CliC-EGU Earth Observation and Cryosphere Science conference in Frascati, Italy 13-16 November 2012.
CMicheli- Assessing Phytal Pigment Content in Polar Ecosystem Community by Remote Sensing and in situ Investigation
(Media / CMicheli- Assessing Phytal Pigment Content in Polar Ecosystem Community by Remote Sensing and in situ Investigation)
Multi-disciplinary monitoring of Antarctica ecosystem and its biological communities (Fig. 1) by means of integrated approach involving hyperspectral remote sensing satellite techniques and advanced laboratory and genetic analyses, aiming at determining their changes at suitable spatial/temporal...
JLandy- Linkages between thermodynamic processes operating within landfast, seasonal sea ice and SAR signatures during the Arctic melt season: methods, observations and preliminary results
(Media / JLandy- Linkages between thermodynamic processes operating within landfast, seasonal sea ice and SAR signatures during the Arctic melt season: methods, observations and preliminary results)
In situ data were collected over landfast first-year sea ice (FYI) in Resolute Passage, Nunavut (Canada) between May and July in 2011 and 2012 as part of the Arctic-ICE field program to examine possible linkages between thermodynamic processes operating on, and within, the ice, and SAR...

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