ESSIC assistant research scientist Linette Boisvert and post-doctoral associate Alek Petty recently published a paper that is making headlines at NASA. Their study found that during December 2015, a cyclone brought heat and humidity to a usually frigid and dry environment causing sea ice cover to thin and shrink when it grows thicker and stronger during that part of the year. Both Boisvert and Petty are quoted in the NASA article that was featured on the nasa.gov homepage. Boisvert also did the voiceover for the data visualization videos included in the article and on Youtube.
Boisvert and Petty Featured on NASA Homepage
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