ice atlas

ice atlas

[′īs ‚at·ləs]
(navigation)
A publication containing a series of ice charts showing geographic distribution of ice, usually by seasons or months; used in navigation.
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ice Atlas and Coast Watch.
The Historical Sea Ice Atlas, located at http://seaiceatlas.snap .uaf.edu, is the first digital atlas of historical sea ice concentration for Alaska's Beaufort, Chukchi, and Bering seas.
The university's Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy and the Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning created the sea ice atlas.
IARC's SNAP maintains the data behind the sea ice atlas, which is complementary with other data available at AOOS.
Climatological Ice Atlas for the Baltic Sea, Kattegat, Skagerrak and Lake Vanern (1963-1979).