According to climate models, water circulation in the Arctic will become increasingly intense during this century, reveals the information collected in a recent study.
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Prowse, T., A. Bring, J. Mård, E. Carmack, M. Holland, A. Instanes, T. Vihma, and F. J. Wrona (2015), Arctic Freshwater Synthesis: Summary of key emerging issues, Journal of Geophysical Resesearch Biogeosciences, 120, 1887–1893, doi:10.1002/2015JG003128.
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