DEADLINE EXTENDED to order a hard copy of the Past Global Changes Magazine
Magazine: Volume 30 - No. 2 - October 2022
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31 October DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SUNDAY, 6 NOVEMBER 2022.
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Understanding past, present, and future changes in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice is crucial to understanding a wide range of interconnected impacts. This special issue contains articles describing novel proxies and reconstructions of sea ice at a range of timescales from both poles, highlighting some state-of-the-art knowledge in this field.
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