As part of the TWASE research project of the Finnish Meteorological Institute, six different scenarios have been created for the Eurasian Arctic, which stretches from the Norwegian Sea to the Bering Strait. The scenarios were outlined on the basis of literature and a two-day expert workshop and the aim is to get an idea of what the region will look like in 2040.
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