Modelling the physics and biology of Antarctic polynyas

Do plankton blooms respond to melting ice shelves? How will sea ice cover around West Antarctica change in the future? Can primary productivity around Antarctica be included as a feedback in climate models?

Author: Andrew Twelves

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