Winter 2014/15 – Images

The images below have links embedded in the captions which provide access to further images. Please click them and explore! For the satellite images you will find yourself on the NASA Worldview web site, where with a click or two you can easily see the effect of changing from one “pseudo colour” representation of the satellite data to another.

 

North Pole Environmental Observatory Webcam 1

NPEO webcam 1 image from May 6th 2015
NPEO webcam 1 image from May 6th 2015
NPEO webcam 1 image from April 17th 2015
NPEO webcam 1 image from April 17th 2015

 

North Pole Environmental Observatory Webcam 2

NPEO webcam 2 image from May 6th 2015
NPEO webcam 2 image from May 6th 2015
NPEO webcam 2 image from April 17th 2015
NPEO webcam 2 image from April 17th 2015

 

Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A Webcam

Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 27th 2015.
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 27th 2015.
2015A webcam image on May 23rd 2015. Spot the melt ponds!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 23rd 2015. Spot the melt ponds!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 18th 2015. Spot the paw prints!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 18th 2015. Spot the paw prints!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 16th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 16th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 11th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on May 11th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on April 26th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015A webcam image on April 26th 2015

 

Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B Webcam

Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 27th 2015. Spot the snow!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 27th 2015. Spot the snow!
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 22nd 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 22nd 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 11th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on May 11th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on April 20th 2015
Ice Mass Balance Buoy 2015B webcam image on April 20th 2015

 

O-Buoy 9 Webcam

O-Buoy 9 image from May 16th 2015, showing ITP 59 collapsed next to a lead
O-Buoy 9 image from May 16th 2015, showing ITP 59 collapsed next to a lead
O-Buoy 9 image from May 6th 2015, with Greenland visible in the background.
O-Buoy 9 image from May 6th 2015, with Greenland visible in the background.
O-Buoy 9 image from March 18th 2015, shortly after the buoy powered up after the winter.
O-Buoy 9 image from March 18th 2015, shortly after the buoy powered up after the winter.

 

O-Buoy 10 Webcam

O-Buoy 10 image from March 20th 2015, shortly after the buoy powered up after the winter.
O-Buoy 10 image from March 20th 2015, shortly after the buoy powered up after the winter.

 

O-Buoy 11 Webcam

O-Buoy 11 image from April 21st 2015, revealing an open lead in the background
O-Buoy 11 from April 21st 2015, revealing an open lead in the background
O-Buoy 11 image from March 14th 2015
O-Buoy 11 image from March 14th 2015, showing ITP 85 and IMB buoy 2014I

 

O-Buoy 12 Webcam

O-Buoy 12 image from May 12th 2015
O-Buoy 12 image from May 12th 2015
O-Buoy 12 image from April 25th 2015
O-Buoy 12 image from April 25th 2015

 

Beaufort Sea

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Beaufort Sea off the Mackenzie Delta on May 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Beaufort Sea off the Mackenzie Delta on May 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
A Landsat 8 image of the Beaufort Sea on May 18th 2015
A Landsat 8 image of the Beaufort Sea on May 18th 2015
A Landsat 8 image of the Beaufort Sea on May 16th 2015
A Landsat 8 image of the Beaufort Sea on May 16th 2015
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of The Beaufort Sea on May 14th, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of The Beaufort Sea on May 14th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 13th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Beaufort Sea off the Mackenzie Delta on May 13th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
A Landsat 8 image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 13th 2015
A Landsat 8 image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 13th 2015
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 8th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 8th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
A Landsat 8 image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 4th 2015
A Landsat 8 image of the Mackenzie Delta on May 4th 2015
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Beaufort Sea off the Mackenzie Delta on April 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Beaufort Sea off the Mackenzie Delta on April 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite

 

Central Arctic

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Central Arctic north of the Laptev Sea on May 23rd 2015, from the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Central Arctic north of the Laptev Sea on May 23rd 2015, from the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the area North of Svalbard on April 28th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the area North of Svalbard on April 28th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite

 

Kara Sea

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Kara Sea refreezing on April 15th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Kara Sea refreezing on April 15th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite

 

Northwest Passage

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Amundsen Gulf on May 15th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Amundsen Gulf on May 15th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Barrow Strait on April 28th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Barrow Strait on April 28th 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Amundsen Gulf on April 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Amundsen Gulf on April 23rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Terra satellite

 

Nares Strait

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Kane Basin on March 3rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the Kane Basin on March 3rd 2015, derived from bands 1, 4 and 3 of the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite

 

Mackenzie River

NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the confluence of the Liard and Mackenzie rivers on May 4th 2015, using the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the confluence of the Liard and Mackenzie rivers on May 4th 2015, using the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the confluence of the Liard and Mackenzie rivers on April 29th 2015, using the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite
NASA Worldview “true-color” image of the confluence of the Liard and Mackenzie rivers on April 29th 2015, using the MODIS sensor on the Aqua satellite

 

See also our Arctic sea ice graphs overview page, our Arctic sea ice videos page and our Arctic ice mass balance buoys overview page.

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