Abstract

All-season aerial reconnaissance of the Arctic has been advanced with the development of airborne, infrared scanners. The utility of such equipment for detecting and studying the progression of thermal anomalies of glaciological interest is discussed with reference to specific examples of imagery obtained during three seasons on Project "Bold Survey" under conditions of both daylight and darkness. Where possible, comparisons are made between infrared thermal imagery and conventional aerial photography.

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