NSIDC-0726_1

Daily Lake Ice Phenology Time Series Derived from AMSR-E and AMSR2, Version 1

Version 1 eng; usa
  • Abstract
    The Daily Lake Ice Phenology Time Series Derived from AMSR-E and AMSR2 provides 5 km ice phenology retrievals describing daily lake ice conditions (ice-on/ice-off) over the Northern Hemisphere. This satellite-based data set allows for rapid assessment and regional monitoring of seasonal ice coverage over large lakes with resulting accuracy suitable for global change studies. Data are provided in the 5 km Northern Hemisphere Equal-Area Scalable Earth Grid 2.0 (EASE-Grid 2.0).
  • Purpose
    Scientific Research

Data Identification Fields:

Toggle Data Identification Fields
    Processing Level

    Level 3

    Quality
    Collection Progress

    Complete

Related URLs
    Science Keywords
    • EARTH SCIENCE
    • Cryosphere
    • Snow/Ice
    • Lake Ice
Other Descriptive Keywords
Toggle Other Descriptive Keywords Fields
ISO Topic Categories
  • CLIMATOLOGY/METEOROLOGY/ATMOSPHERE
Additional Attributes
  • SIPSMetGenVersion
    STRING
    The version of the SIPSMetGen software used to produce the metadata file for this granule
    Resolution Range Begin Range End Unit of Measure Accuracy

Acquisition Information Fields:

Toggle Acquisition Information Fields
Platforms
  • Earth Observation Satellites
    AQUA
    Instruments
    • AMSR-E
  • Earth Observation Satellites
    GCOM-W1
    Instruments
    • AMSR2

Temporal Information Fields:

Toggle Temporal Information Fields

Spatial Information Fields:

Toggle Spatial Information Fields
    Coverage Type Zone Identifier Geometry Granule Representation
    HORIZONTAL CARTESIAN GEODETIC
Location Keywords
    • Geographic Region
    • Northern Hemisphere

Data Centers

Toggle Data Centers
  • National Snow and Ice Data Center
    ARCHIVER

    National Snow and Ice Data Center
    CIRES, 449 UCB
    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309-0449

    • 1 303 492 6199
    • 1 303 492 2468
    • Email
  • National Snow and Ice Data Center
    DISTRIBUTOR

    National Snow and Ice Data Center
    CIRES, 449 UCB
    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309-0449

    • 1 303 492 6199
    • 1 303 492 2468
    • Email
  • NASA NSIDC DAAC
    PROCESSOR

    This data center does not have any addresses listed.

    This data center does not have any contact mechanisms listed.

  • NASA NSIDC DAAC
    ORIGINATOR

    This data center does not have any addresses listed.

    This data center does not have any contact mechanisms listed.

Data Contacts

Toggle Data Contacts
  • Jinyang
    Technical Contact
    Jinyang Du

    This contact does not have any addresses listed.

    This contact does not have any contact mechanisms listed.

  • John
    Technical Contact
    John Kimball

    College of Forestry & Conservation
    Missoula, MT 59812-1049

  • Jinyang
    Technical Contact
    Jinyang Du

    This contact does not have any addresses listed.

    This contact does not have any contact mechanisms listed.

  • John
    Technical Contact
    John Kimball

    College of Forestry & Conservation
    Missoula, MT 59812-1049

  • NASA National Snow and Ice Data Center Distributed Active Archive Center
    User Services
    NASA National Snow and Ice Data Center Distributed Active Archive Center

    Boulder, Colorado

    This contact does not have any contact mechanisms listed.

  • NSIDC
    Data Center Contact
    NSIDC Services

    National Snow and Ice Data Center

    CIRES, 449 UCB
    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309-0449

    • 1 303 492 6199
    • 1 303 492 2468
    • Email
  • NSIDC
    Data Center Contact
    NSIDC Services

    National Snow and Ice Data Center

    CIRES, 449 UCB
    University of Colorado
    Boulder, CO 80309-0449

    • 1 303 492 6199
    • 1 303 492 2468
    • Email

Collection Citations Fields:

Toggle Collection Citations Fields
    Collection Citations
    • Daily Lake Ice Phenology Time Series Derived from AMSR-E and AMSR2, Version 1
      1

      Published by: NASA National Snow and Ice Data Center Distributed Active Archive Center