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Antarctic ice and climate: the role of winds

The study conducted by the researchers of the Department of Chemistry

The winds that blow in Antarctica have a key role in climate control and polar ecosystems. A study carried out by an international team that includes scientists from the “Ugo Schiff” Department of Chemistry proves it. The study contributes to describing the environmental processes at the base of the variability of sea ice in Antarctica during the past 10,000 years. The research was published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.

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10 January 2018