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I found some promising hits from a Google search for "glacial extent shapefile bering sea," including: ArcGIS online layer (global extent): Ice extent and coastline at the last glacial maximum shapefiles of Pleistocene and Wisconsonian glacial extents in Alaska A number of scientific articles also turned up during that search. If you look at those articles ...


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There are an estimated 1.6 billion public websites in the world, with 200 million being active. But no one really knows, because a website can be just an IP address with no domain, or an .onion link, or temporary or short-lived, or weather-dependent, ... One way would be to use known DNS records (domain names) from the 2013 DNS Census. It is a DNS ...


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The Nasa JPL hosts continent-scale mosaic DEMs (with voids corrected), and you can access using the Google Earth Engine API: For example: https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/datasets/catalog/USGS_SRTMGL1_003


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The GFZ Potsdam, a large research institute in Germany, has several groups working on hyperspectral data. This page http://www.enmap.org/flights.html lists a table with several datasets from Europe, acquired 2011-2014. Most of the DOI links on that page lead to the library of GFZ Potsdam, which offers a data download service. However, for some reason most ...


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The Vertex system is hosted by the Alaska Satellite Facility, and has an advanced search for Synthetic Aperture Radar: https://vertex.daac.asf.alaska.edu/


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Find these datasets in the ImmGen consortium http://www.immgen.org/ And resources of the journal Immunity


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