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NOWCAST NEWS AND NOTES ROAMIN G ICE ISLAND BREAKS arcti c ice islands have existed 50 portan t chemical traces that help APAR T years or more, Copland noted he u s determine what was going on Satellit e pictures have revealed woul d be "surprised if [the Ayles in the climate thousands of years tha t the Ayles Ice Island broke Ice Island] lasted more tha n a de- ago, muc h like th e ice cores drilled int o two pieces in the Sverdrup cade or so." (SOURCE: BBC News) fro m Greenlan d or Antarctica." Th e results, published in the Channel , an inlet between two of th e Queen Elizabeth Islands in STALAGMITES GIVE CLUES TO September issue of Nature, suggest tha t the tropical Pacific played a th e northernmos t region of the CLIMAT E CHANGE Canadia n Arctic. As originally Th e tropical Pacific plays a big muc h more active role in some of th e abrup t climate change events of discusse d in the April 2007 Bul- par t in shaping year-to-year cli- letin (pp. 481-82), the 25-mi2 ice mat e variations aroun d the globe, Earth' s past http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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NEWS AND NOTES ROAMIN G ICE ISLAND BREAKS arcti c ice islands have existed 50 portan t chemical traces that help APAR T years or more, Copland noted he u s determine what was going on Satellit e pictures have revealed woul d be "surprised if [the Ayles in the climate thousands of years tha t the Ayles Ice Island broke Ice Island] lasted more tha n a de- ago, muc h like th e ice cores drilled int o two pieces in the Sverdrup cade or so." (SOURCE: BBC News) fro m Greenlan d or Antarctica." Th e results, published in the Channel , an inlet between two of th e Queen Elizabeth Islands in STALAGMITES GIVE CLUES TO September issue of Nature, suggest tha t the tropical Pacific played a th e northernmos t region of the CLIMAT E CHANGE Canadia n Arctic. As originally Th e tropical Pacific plays a big muc h more active role in some of th e abrup t climate change events of discusse d in the April 2007 Bul- par t in shaping year-to-year cli- letin (pp. 481-82), the 25-mi2 ice mat e variations aroun d the globe, Earth' s past

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 2007

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