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Study Sheds More Light on Overall Sea Ice Changes in Southern Hemisphere – AZoCleantech

According to a new study, headed by the University of Maine, sea ice cover formed in the Southern Hemisphere is highly variable, from winter to summer periods and…

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Written by AZoCleantechMay 6 2021
According to a new study, headed by the University of Maine, sea ice cover formed in the Southern Hemisphere is highly variable, from winter to summer periods and from one millennium to the next. On the whole, sea ice has been rising for around 10,000 years but with certain exceptions to this pattern.
Sea ice pressure ridge off the Antarctic coast. Image Credit: University of Maine.
Dominic Winski, a research assistant professor from the Climate Change Institute…

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