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Arctic influences Eurasian weather and climate

(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Over the past decades the Arctic has lost 65% of its sea ice volume. The atmosphere above the Arctic has been rapidly warming and moistening at the same time. The Arctic might be perceived as a remote and sparsely populated area, the changes there may be of relevance to the society in denser populated areas.
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