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Tracking the amount of sea ice from the Greenland ice sheet

(University of Copenhagen - Niels Bohr Institute) The Greenland ice sheet records information about Arctic climate going back more than 120.000 years. New research from the Niels Bohr Institute reveals that the ice doesn't just tell about the situation in the air and on land -- it can also tell what was happening at sea. By analyzing ice cores drilled from deep inside the Greenland ice sheet, researchers have calculated how much Arctic sea ice there was in the past.
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