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Dr. Trevor Bell programs a SmartSENSOR in the sea ice off Pond Inlet in May 2016. The buoy logs temperatures through the air, snow, ice and water, as a means to determine ice thickness, and transmits the information via satellite to the SmartICE operator. Behind the buoy is a manual sea-ice thickness station for validating the SmartSENSOR.

Dr. Trevor Bell programs a SmartSENSOR in the sea ice off Pond Inlet in May 2016. The buoy logs temperatures through the air, snow, ice and water, as a means to determine ice thickness, and transmits the information via satellite to the SmartICE operator. Behind the buoy is a manual sea-ice thickness station for validating the SmartSENSOR.

Dr. Trevor Bell programs a SmartSENSOR in the sea ice off Pond Inlet in May 2016. The buoy logs temperatures through the air, snow, ice and water, as a means to determine ice thickness, and transmits the information via satellite to the SmartICE operator. Behind the buoy is a manual sea-ice thickness station for validating the SmartSENSOR.


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