Overview ArcticDEM is an NGA-NSF public-private initiative to automatically produce a high-resolution, high quality, digital surface model (DSM) of the … Continue reading ArcticDEM Alaska 1.0 Now Available
Projects the Polar Geospatial Center has supported.
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Happenings and events relevant to the Antarctic and Arctic science communities.
- AGU Session: High Resolution Topography in the Geosciences
- NSF SmallSat Workshop: Agenda & Participant List
Interested in working with us? The Polar Geospatial Center employs about a dozen full-time staff members and a number of students. We’re always looking for talented applicants to join our growing team.
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We would like to extend a warm welcome to Cathleen Torres Parisian, our newest user services staff member. Cathleen joins … Continue reading PGC Welcomes Cathleen Torres Parisian
Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Robert Papp, U.S. Special Representative for the Arctic and the State Department lead on Arctic issues, … Continue reading Admiral Robert Papp and Norwegian Ambassador Kåre Aas visit PGC
We’ve put together a short video showcasing the projects that Melisa Larsen, our Greenlandic student intern, was working on during … Continue reading Video: Melisa Larsen’s Work at PGC
Over 30 particpants from around the world attended this year’s Boot Camp.
The Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center, Ohio State Univ., in collaboration with the PGC, is soliciting the international Antarctic scientific community … Continue reading Reference Elevation Model of Antarctica: Contribute Your Ground Control Points
PGC Support Vignette: NSF-OPP #1111882 Overview GNET seeks to “weight” the Greenland ice sheet with an unparalleled level of temporal … Continue reading PGC Support Vignette: The Greenland GPS Network (GNET)
Summary page to view final report, presentations, and recorded video.