Welcome to the Buy Levitra Online - Barrow Area Information Database (BAID)
2011 Sea ice imagery available from the Barrow SAR Viewer
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BAID is a suite of online, interactive maps and services that support Arctic science with a special focus on the research hubs of Barrow, Atqasuk and Ivotuk on the North Slope of Alaska.
The BAID database currently includes the locations of over 9,600 research plots and instrument locations. This ongoing effort incorporates both new research locations and sampling sites dating back to the 1940s.
Use the BAID Internet Map Server (BAID-IMS) or BAID in Google Earth to navigate to areas of interest and explore or query information about field-based scientific research. Current and historic research sites are shown as points with links to details about project investigators, discipline, funding program, year, related web sites, site photos and other information.In addition, BAID-IMS includes 150+ ancillary data layers including ground control points, land ownership, vegetation maps, topographic data and local infrastructure. Users can print or export maps for presentations and export tabular information.
Which one should I use?
Find out which application best suits your needs here.
BAID research sites are also available via Open Geospatial Consortium web services and REST.