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Data to accompany the article “Sharp-crested Breaking Surface Waves Observed from a Ship-Based Stereo Video System”
These data accompany the article “Sharp-crested Breaking Surface Waves Observed from a Ship-Based Stereo Video System,” by Schwendeman and Thomson in the Journal of Physical Oceanography (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-16-0187.1). The data were collected during a cruise in December 2014 and January 2015 in the North ...
Has a marine ice sheet collapse begun in the Thwaites Glacier basin, West Antarctica?
Data used to constain model of Thwaites Glacier for the manuscript "Has a marine ice sheet collapse begun in the Thwaites Glacier basin, West Antarctica?"
Ocean Weather Station Papa, 1951-1981
From 1951 to 1981, the Canadian Weathership Program collected almost continuous measurements at Station Papa (50N, 145W) in the North Pacific. The data from this program was recently rediscovered by contemporary oceanographers conducting research at Station Papa. This dataset was subjected to a rigorous analysis designed to ...
Datasets in support of "Limits to future expansion of surface-melt-enhanced ice flow into the interior of western Greenland"
Description of this collection of datasets: Moulins are important conduits for surface meltwater to reach the bed of the Greenland Ice Sheet. It has been proposed that in a warming climate, newly formed moulins associated with the inland migration of supraglacial lakes could introduce surface melt to new regions of the bed, ...
Data to accompany the article "Observations of whitecap coverage and the relation to wind stress, wave slope, and turbulent dissipation"
(American Geophysical Union, 2015-11)
These data include the wind and wave conditions, along with processed video observations of whitecaps, as presented in Schwendeman, M., and J. Thomson (2015), Observations of whitecap coverage and the relation to wind stress, wave slope, and turbulent dissipation, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120, doi:10.1002/2015JC011196.
Regularized Coulomb Friction Laws for Ice Sheet Sliding: Application to Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica, [Data supporting Geophysical Res. Lett. Paper 2019GL082526R]
The choice of the best basal friction law to use in ice-sheet models remains a source of uncertainty in projections of sea level. The parameters in commonly used friction laws can produce a broad range of behavior and are poorly constrained. Here we use a time series of elevation and speed data to examine the simulated transient ...
Data archive from the "Sea State and Boundary Layer Physics of the Emerging Arctic Ocean" program
These data are derived products from the 2015 field campaign of the "Sea State and Boundary Layer Physics of the Emerging Arctic Ocean" program. The campaign occurred during autumn, when refreezing of the ocean surface was a dominant signal. These data include collections from the Research Vessel "Sikuliaq", as well as ...