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Annual Arctic Ice Atlas (2003-2007)

Date: 2003-2007
Creator: Canadian Ice Service
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Access: Winter 2003 CD[373]; Winter 2004 CD[374]; Winter 2005 CD[375]; Winter 2006 CD[376]; Winter 2007 CD[377]
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This atlas is part of a continuing series of annual publications graphically depicting the mid-winter arctic ice conditions using satellite pictures and maps. This product is primarily prepared as a climate record of the mid-winter ice conditions and as a general interest document for Arctic travellers.
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Atlas of Antarctica 2004 ()

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Creator: Hertzfield, Christina
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Access: CD-ROM [296]
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136 topographic maps derived from satellite radar altimetry (Geosat and ERS-1 data) appear alongside descriptions of glaciologic and topographic features. The main section is preceeded by a topical introduction, progress in monitoring changes in Antarctic glaciers, ice streams and ice shelves, and detailed regional studies of outlet glaciers of the inland ice
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China Digital Maps (2004)

Date: 2004
Creator: GfK GeoMarketing
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Projection: Geographic
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Access: CD [308]
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Other layers not described also include: Danger points; Sand; Mudflat; Provinces; Prefectures; Counties; 2, 3, and 4 digit postal codes; extraction areas and points, Great Wall of China, dams; islands
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The National Snow and Ice Data Center ()

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Access: web
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The National Snow and Ice Data Center offers hundreds of data products and services to researchers, commercial applications users, and others worldwide, most often at no cost, thanks to the generosity of our data providers.
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