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Sea Ice

By: Thomas, D.N.
Contributor(s): Dieckmann, G.S., (editors).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wiley-Blackwell 2010Edition: Second edition.Description: xv, 621p.Subject(s): book | General polar literatureSummary: As the Arctic perennial sea ice continues to disappear at an alarming rate, a full understanding of sea ice as a crucial global ecosystem, and the effects of its loss is vital for all those working with and studying global climate change. Building on the success of the previous edition, the second edition of Sea Ice, now much expanded and in full colour throughout, includes six completely new chapters with complete revisions of all the chapters included from the first edition. This book would be of interest to all those involved in the study of global climate change including oceanographers and marine scientists, environmental scientists, biologists, geochemists and geologists.
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As the Arctic perennial sea ice continues to disappear at an alarming rate, a full understanding of sea ice as a crucial global ecosystem, and the effects of its loss is vital for all those working with and studying global climate change. Building on the success of the previous edition, the second edition of Sea Ice, now much expanded and in full colour throughout, includes six completely new chapters with complete revisions of all the chapters included from the first edition. This book would be of interest to all those involved in the study of global climate change including oceanographers and marine scientists, environmental scientists, biologists, geochemists and geologists.

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