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Climate change: Arctic expedition to drift in sea-ice for a year

BBC News Friday, 20 September 2019
Germany will embed its Polarstern research ship in sea-ice for a year-long study of the climate.
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Research icebreaker "Polarstern" has set off on a year-long research trip to the Arctic to study the effects of climate change in the area. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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