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Antarctic Sea Ice Level Dropped to a Record Low


Lieser, JL, Antarctic Sea Ice Level Dropped to a Record Low, Daily Democrat News, 26 September (2017) [Media Interview]

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Sea ice levels in Antarctica have dwindled by around 2 million square kilometers, but experts are not sure about the link between the low level and climate change. Scientists and more than 60 meteorologists from around the world are conducting a week-long meeting in Tasmania, Hobart to find the reason behind the changing levels of sea ice on the frozen continent.

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Item Type:Media Interview
Keywords:Antarctic sea ice maximum 2017 and IICWG 18th Meeting in Hobart
Research Division:Earth Sciences
Research Group:Physical geography and environmental geoscience
Research Field:Physical geography and environmental geoscience not elsewhere classified
Objective Division:Environmental Policy, Climate Change and Natural Hazards
Objective Group:Understanding climate change
Objective Field:Effects of climate change on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic environments (excl. social impacts)
UTAS Author:Lieser, JL (Dr Jan Lieser)
ID Code:121539
Year Published:2017
Deposited By:CRC-Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems
Deposited On:2017-10-02
Last Modified:2017-10-04

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