Part 1 –
Download and install ImageJ software. Download sea ice data.
Part 2 –
Bring the sea ice datasets into ImageJ, apply a lookup table, and animate the images. Measure the extent of sea ice in November of each year.
Part 3 –
Import the sea ice extent measurements into Microsoft Excel and process the data.
Part 4 –
Download data on Arctic temperatures from the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) Climate Analysis Branch and graph them using Microsoft Excel.
Part 5 –
Measure sea ice decline elsewhere in the region.