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Swiss Camp on the Greenland Ice Sheet

Swiss Camp on the Greenland Ice Sheet

Scientist from Ohio State University awaiting pick-up after installing a GNET GPS station on Timmiariit Island, SE Greenland.
Scientist from Ohio State University awaiting pick-up after installing a GNET GPS station on Timmiariit Island, SE Greenland.
Meltwater from the ice sheet surface is drained through a moulin. The edge zone in the Ilulissat region, West Greenland
Meltwater from the ice sheet surface is drained through a moulin. The edge zone in the Ilulissat region, West Greenland

Snow, Water, Ice, Permafrost In The Arctic (SWIPA) - 2017

This subsite contains information products and materials presenting the results of the 2017 Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA) assessment coordinated by AMAP - updating the earlier (2011) SWIPA assessment.

The materials posted on this site are freely-available for non-commercial uses, including press/media use, and production of educational and outreach materials, etc. You are kindly requested to acknowledge AMAP as the source of these materials. Anyone wishing to use these materials for commercial purposes should contact [email protected]

All available PDF files are (c) Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) and are intended for individual viewing and personal use and should not be posted on other websites or otherwise distributed in electronic or print form.

Reports

The results of the SWIPA assessment are presented in reports, targeting different audiences. The results of the 2017 SWIPA assessment are currently available in a Summary for Policy-Makers and series of Fact Sheets. The detailed technical background that is the basis for the other reports will be available in the summer of 2017.

Photographs

Selection of photographs available for non-commercial uses, including press/media use, and production of educational and outreach materials. You are kindly requested to acknowledge the indicated sources of these photos.