The following projects provide additional resources for learning about arctic sea ice and polar topics in general.
The Polar-ICE (Interdisciplinary Coordinated Education) Project is a community of polar scientists and educators working together to improve understanding of polar science and data. Their activities include "Ask a Polar Scientist", "Polar Data Stories", and the "Polar Literacy Initiative".
Sea ice Prediction Network
The Sea Ice Prediction Network (SIPN) is a collaborative network of scientists and stakeholders to advance research on sea ice prediction and communicate sea ice knowledge and tools. SIPN coordinates and evaluates activities to predict sea ice, synthesizes predictions and observations, disseminates predictions, and engages key stakeholders.
Sea Ice For Walrus Outlook
The Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook (SIWO) is a resource for Alaska Native subsistence hunters, coastal communities, and others interested in sea ice and walrus. The SIWO provides weekly reports from April through June with information on weather and sea ice conditions relevant to walrus in the northern Bering Sea and southern Chukchi Sea regions of Alaska.