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Sea Ice Outlook: 2020 Post-Season Report
Table of Contents
- Section 1. Post-Season Highlights
- Section 2. Introduction/Overview
- Section 3. Review of Observed Arctic 2020 Conditions
- Section 3a. Observed Arctic Sea Ice
- Section 3b. Comparison of Sea Ice Extent Products
- Section 3c. Ocean Heat Conditions
- Section 3d: Discussion of 2020 Fall Ice Advance
- Section 3e: Atmospheric Conditions
- Section 4. Review of The 2020 Sea Ice Outlooks
Sea Ice Outlook: 2020 Interim Post-Season Report
The Arctic has reached the end of the 2020 summer retreat season. The September monthly average sea ice extent was 3.92 million square kilometers, based on the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) Sea Ice Index (SII). This is the second lowest extent in the satellite record (the multichannel passive microwave satellite record started in 1979). This is lower than the median September 2020 Outlook values from each of the three months of submissions. The June, July, and August median Outlooks were 4.33, 4
Polar Technology Conference 2020 Report
Ruck, K., L. Sheffield Guy, S. Chetty., N. French, M. Seefeldt, P. Carpenter, K. Frey, P. Griffith, M. Prior-Jones, W. Sauthoff (eds.). Polar Technology Conference 2020 Report. Arctic Research Consortium of the US (ARCUS), Fairbanks, Alaska. 2020. 5pp.
Facilitating Increased Engagement Between the Research Communities of Greenland and the U.S.
Culler, L.E., Lund, S., Nymand, J. and R.A. Virginia. (2018). Facilitating increased engagement between the research communities of Greenland and the U.S. Institute of Arctic Studies. This report is in both English and Greenlandic.
Summary Report: Preparing for a Northwest Passage A Workshop on the Role of New England in Navigating the New Arctic
Duderstadt, K. A., C. M. Ashcraft, J. F. Brewer, E. A. Burakowski, J. M. Coffin, J. E. Dibb, L. C. Hamilton, N. E. Kinner, L. A. Mayer, J. L. Miksis-Olds, J. E. Salisbury, K. D. Seger, R. K. Varner, C. P. Wake (2018), Summary Report: Preparing for a Northwest Passage, A Workshop on the Role of New England in Navigating the New Arctic, The University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.
Understanding and Responding to Global Health Security Risks from Microbial Threats in the Arctic: Proceedings of a Workshop
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Understanding and Responding to Global Health Security Risks from Microbial Threats in the Arctic: Proceedings of a Workshop. The National Academies Press. Washington, DC. 2020.