Webinar: Explore, Discover, and Access Snow and Ice Data with the New NASA National Snow and Ice Data Center DAAC Website

Join us for a tour of enhanced data product landing pages, new user resources, data visualization tools, and a Jupyter Notebook tutorial to access cryospheric data at NSIDC DAAC.
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Leslie Goldman and Gail Reckase, NASA NSIDC DAAC
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EOSDIS Communications Team
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This webinar banner image shows the NSIDC DAAC snow and ice data  and the new web page.

NASA's National Snow and Ice Data Center Distributed Active Archive Center (NSIDC DAAC) recently launched a new website with the same information about cryospheric datasets, services, and tools plus some new features to make it easier for data users to explore, discover, and access NASA’s snow and ice data. Whatever your scientific discipline of interest, NSIDC may have open data that are relevant to your research. Why? The cryosphere is a global system stretching from the Arctic to the Antarctic and includes all the snow, ice, and other frozen regions across the planet. These frozen parts of Earth are important components of the global climate system and provide fresh water and other ecosystem services to people, plants, and animals.

Join NSIDC experts for an interactive walk-through of enhanced data product landing pages, new user resources, featured data visualization tools, and a Jupyter Notebook tutorial on how to programmatically access cryospheric data at NSIDC.

Last Updated
Aug 16, 2022