Cruises LEFE CYBER

GREEN EDGE


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Ice core sampling logbook and dilution factor excel file 2017-03-02
Ice history readme file pdf file 2017-06-02
Ice history data csv file 2017-06-02

 

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Location of the Green Edge Ice Camp site [67.47973333;-63.78953333]. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). Zoom Canadian Arctic. AI file 2017-01-17
Location of the Green Edge Ice Camp site [67.47973333;-63.78953333]. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). Zoom Baffin Bay. AI file 2017-01-17
Location of the Green Edge Ice Camp site [67.47973333;-63.78953333]. Bathymetric data compiled from the CCGS Amundsen's high resolution (10-m grid) multibeam (Gabriel Joyal and Patrick Lajeunesse) and International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). Zoom Qikiqtarjuak. AI file 2017-01-17
Green edge site: the bigger red square illustrate the sampling grid area for the ship-based cruise and the smaller red square indicate the location of the island of Qikiqtarjuaq. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). AI file 2017-01-17
Green edge site: the bigger red square illustrate the sampling grid area for the ship-based cruise and the smaller red square indicate the location of the island of Qikiqtarjuaq. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO). AI file 2017-01-17
Location of the Green Edge Ice Camp site [67.47973333;-63.78953333]. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO, V3). Courtesy of E. Rehm pdf file 2017-01-17
Location of the Green Edge Ice Camp site [67.47973333;-63.78953333]. Bathymetric data compiled from the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO, V3). Courtesy of E. Rehm pdf file 2017-01-17

 

The GreenEdge project is funded by the following French and Canadian programs and agencies: ANR (Contract #111112), CNES (project #131425), IPEV (project #1164), CSA, Fondation Total, ArcticNet, LEFE and the French Arctic Initiative (GreenEdge project). This project would not have been possible without the support of the Hamlet of Qikiqtarjuaq and the members of the community as well as the Inuksuit School and its Principal Jacqueline Arsenault. The project is conducted under the scientific coordination of the Canada Excellence Research Chair on Remote sensing of Canada's new Arctic frontier and the CNRS & Université Laval Takuvik Joint International laboratory (UMI3376). The field campaign was successful thanks to the contribution of J. Ferland, G. Bécu, C. Marec, J. Lagunas, F. Bruyant, J. Larivière, E. Rehm, S. Lambert-Girard, C. Aubry, C. Lalande, A. LeBaron, C. Marty, J. Sansoulet, D. Christiansen-Stowe, A. Wells, M. Benoît-Gagné, E. Devred and M.-H. Forget from the Takuvik laboratory, C.J. Mundy and V. Galindo from University of Manitoba as well as F. Pinczon du Sel and E. Brossier from Vagabond. We also thank Michel Gosselin, Québec-Océan, the CCGS Amundsen and the Polar Continental Shelf Program for their in-kind contribution in polar logistic and scientific equipment.

 

 

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