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The Arctic Sea where are we headed?

on January 3, 2015


This presentation provides a status of observed sea ice changes in the Arctic and Antarctic, including some of the uncertainties related to changes of the sea ice mass balance. It focuses on the results of geophysics and remote sensing research with regard to Arctic sea ice, particularly results from airborne and snowmobile-based ice thickness surveying.

Presented by: Christian Haas, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Arctic Sea Ice Geophysics at York University
Series: KEGS Talks