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Poles Apart: Why has Antarctic sea ice increased and why don't coupled climate models reproduce observations.

Status: completed
Publication State: published

Abstract

Poles Apart (Why has Antarctic sea ice increased and why don't coupled climate models reproduce observations? NE/K012150/1, NE/K011561/1) was a NERC project led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and supported by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC).

The aim of this project was to model atmospheric drivers of changes in surface wind forcing. The project began in June 2014 and completed at the end of June 2017.

Abbreviation: Not defined
Keywords: Climate, Ozone, GHG, Aerosol, HadGEM3, UKCA