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Time-Lapse Imaging in Polar Environments

Dickson, James L. and Levy, Joseph S. and Head, James W. (2014) Time-Lapse Imaging in Polar Environments. Eos, 95 (46). pp. 417-418. ISSN 0096-3941.

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Although the drivers of climate change and its consequences in polar regions are becoming better understood [Holland and Bitz, 2003] and well monitored [Serreze et al., 2002; Doran et al., 2002b], measuring the responses of polar landscapes to changing climate boundary conditions is challenging: Polar landscapes typically respond slowly to warming but abruptly to melting [Gooseff et al., 2011].

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Additional Information:© 2014 American Geophysical Union. Version of record online: 18 November 2014. We thank the dozens of colleagues who assisted with many field installations. In particular, guidance and support from Dave Marchant is greatly appreciated, as well as technical assistance from Brendan Hermalyn and Christoph Thomas. Logistical management from Raytheon Polar Services, Antarctic Support Contract, Petroleum Helicopters International, and Helicopters New Zealand greatly supported our efforts. This work was funded by the National Science Foundation Antarctic Science Division (Division of Polar Programs) through grants to J.W.H. (ANT-0739702), David R. Marchant (ANT- 1144224), and J.S.L. (PLR- 1343835 and PLR- 1343649), which are gratefully acknowledged.
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Subject Keywords:Antarctica; Climate Change; Imaging; Polar Processes
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Official Citation:Dickson, J. L., J. S. Levy and J. W. Head (2014), Time-Lapse Imaging in Polar Environments, Eos Trans. AGU, 95(46), 417
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