As one of the requirements for early career researchers receiving travel funds to attend CliC sponsored events, they share their research by developing a FrostByte, a short video on the latest and greatest cryosphere research they are working on. We are happy to present two new FrostBytes from the upcoming DUE Permafrost workshop:
- Frostbyte K. Nyland: Evaluation of the Insulating effect of tundra vegetation using CALM data.
- Frostbyte A Trofaier: Remote Sensing of permatfrost surface hydrology
- Frostbyte A Radosteva: Geocryological monitoring of Sytykan waterworks with high-resolution satellite imagery
- Frostbyte S Westermann: Monitoring permafrost temperatures from space
See more FrostBytes at: http://www.climate-cryosphere.org/categories/138-frostbytes.
Erik Warming, an APECS member and ice sheet graduate student, is helping early career scientists who attend CliC sponsored workshops to create FrostBytes, see his How to make a FrostByte video. To make your own FrostByte, visit CliC’s FrostBytes webpage. For more FrostBytes and other cryosphere videos from CliC, visit our media gallery, our Vimeo channel, or subscribe to our podcast series.