The changes seen by CryoSat since 2010
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CryoSat is routinely mapping the recent changes occurring across Greenland's ice sheet

Scientists using Europe's CryoSat radar spacecraft are now routinely mapping variations in height on a fine scale, both in time and in area.

Prof Andy Shepherd explains the changes seen by CryoSat since 2010.

Video sequence courtesy of Esa/CPOM/Planetary Visions

  • 17 Dec 2015
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