Seasonal Ice Zone Observing Network (SIZONET)

Druckenmiller, M. L., H. Eicken, M. A. Johnson, D. J. Pringle, and C. C. Willliams (submitted) Towards an integrated coastal sea-ice observatory: System components and a case study at Barrow, Alaska. Cold Reg. Sci. Technol.

Eicken, H., A. L. Lovecraft, and M. L. Druckenmiller (in press) Sea-ice system services: A framework to help identify and meet information needs relevant for Arctic observing networks. Arctic. (Download PDF file)

Shirasawa, K., H. Eicken, K. Tateyama, T. Takatsuka, T. Kawamura (in press) Sea-ice thickness variability in the Chukchi Sea, spring and summer 2002-2004. Deep-Sea Res. (Download PDF file)

Mahoney, A., Eicken, H. and Shapiro, L., 2007. How fast is landfast ice? A study of the attachment and detachment of nearshore ice at Barrow, Alaska, Cold Regions Science and Technology, 47: 233-255.(Download PDF file)

Eicken, H., Tucker III, W.B. and Perovich, D.K., 2001. Indirect measurements of the mass balance of summer Arctic sea ice with an electromagnetic induction technique. Annals of Glacio. Vol. 33: 194-200. (Download PDF file)

Haas, C., Gerland, S., Eicken, H. and Miller, H., 1997. Comparison of sea-ice thickness measurements under summer and winter conditions in the Arctic using a small electromagnetic induction device. Geophysics, 62(3): 749-757.

Book Contributions:

Eicken, H., and I. Krupnik (in press) Learning about sea ice and its use from the Kingikmiut, in Kingikmi Sigum Qanuq Ilitaavut - Wales Iñupiaq sea-ice dictionary, edited by I. Krupnik, H. Anungazuk and M. Druckenmiller, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Download PDF file)

Eicken, H., I. Krupnik, W. Weyapuk Jr., and M. L. Druckenmiller (in press), Ice seasons at Wales, 2006-2007, in Kingikmi Sigum Qanuq Ilitaavut - Wales Iñupiaq sea-ice dictionary, edited by I. Krupnik, H. Anungazuk and M. Druckenmiller, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Download PDF file)

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