Atlantic heat constrains Arctic sea ice extent

Atlantic heat constrains Arctic sea ice extent

Posted: 26 Jun 2012 03:50 AM PDT

The Arctic sea ice cover is a sensitive indicator of climate variability and change. Researchers have for the first time quantified how Atlantic heat influences the sea ice extent in the Barents Sea, where the retreat in Arctic winter sea ice is the most pronounced.
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