Sea ice and icebergs can be very interesting topics to study. That is why in this section we provide users with a variety of resources that the Canadian Ice Service gathers and provides, including information about the types of sea ice, how it moves and grows, and where it can be found.
Other sources of information on our site that can be useful for studies are:
- Our Canadian Ice Service Archive contains charts going back decades, that may be useful for ice climatology studies;
- Our Interesting Images section shows various features that we can detect using satellite imagery; and
- Canadian Ice Service Publications, including the Manual of Ice (MANICE) and various atlases.
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