To help you keep up on all the great research being produced, we have put together an RSS feed of the most recent publications. Subscribe today to keep up with your literature.
With increased interest in the cryosphere comes an increased amount of meetings and events of interest. CliC helps to keep track of all these activities and help organizers of additional meetings find a good time to hold your event by hosting this community calendar.
This resource is a very comprehensive list of current open positions dealing with the ‘cool stuff’.
Hundreds of researchers around the world are working to understand the ‘coolest’ things on our planet. Check out the Cryosphere Specialist Directory to learn who these people are and what their research is about.
To help researchers find new collaborators, community members to learn more about the research in their area and keep track of all the great research into the cryosphere, CliC works to maintain a project catalogue.
The ACSYS Historical Ice Chart Archive presents historical sea-ice observations in the Arctic region between 30ºW and 70ºE in the form of digitized maps, stored as shape files. The earliest chart dates from 1553, and the most recent from December 2002. More recent charts are available electronically from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute (www.met.no).
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Cryosphere Thesis Database
Peer-reviewed publications are very important for sharing research results, but often times a lot more data or detailed information about a project is found in a graduate student’s thesis or dissertation. CliC, together with the Permafrost Young Researchers Network and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists, is working to produce this great database to help you find new collaborators, share data, develop new research ideas, and learn from each other.