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Drilling glacial deposits in offshore polar regions

AuthorsHanebuth, T.; Rebesco, Michele; Urgeles, Roger ; Lucchi, Renata G.; Freudenthal, Tim
Issue Date11-Oct-2016
CitationARCA PROJECT : ARctic: present Climatic change and pAst extreme events : Final Conference (2016)
AbstractHigh latitudes are of fundamental importance in the Earth's climate system - they house ice sheets that govern global sea level heights, influence how much solar energy is reflected back to space, and create deep and bottom waters that drive the ocean's ability to circulate energy and nutrients across the globe. [...]
DescriptionFinal Conference ARCA PROJECT : ARctic: present Climatic change and pAst extreme events, 11 October, 2016, Rome.-- 3 pages, 2 figures
Publisher version (URL)http://www.arcaproject.it/index.php/en/results
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