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Artful Dodger

As promised, I've created an animation of the breakup of Sea Ice in the Lincoln Sea, where it is then advected South through Fram Strait to Baffin Bay to melt, or continue on to melt in the N. Atlantic.

These ASAR images were taken during the period Sep 13-22, 2010. In the following file, Nares Strait is in the bottom left corner and the North Cape of Greenland is toward the top right:

Lincoln Sea ASAR animation (3.6 MB download)

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