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I have been reading up on this, the technology is pretty awesome. Good enough to be high end millitary grade stuff.


Hi Neven,
That cryosat data looks great. the profile through the Arctic ice looks extremely similar to a seismic profile through the crust. There appears to be shapes reminiscent of subducting plates! Very cool...


Thanks, Nathan! I'm really curious what the data will tell scientists. Is the Arctic really in a death spiral? Is the PIOMAS model correct in its projections of ice volume? Or is there still time before an Arctic tipping point is reached?

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