nes aw nd nesto L a Ck o F a r Ch e s w orsened that warming temperatures could ice arches. He emphasizes that one s e a i Ce Loss stop the arches from forming. Pe- of the most important goals is to Ever y w inter, natura l da ms, or ter Wadhams of the University of develop predictive models of Arctic “ice arches” form in northeastern Cambridge agrees that the arches sea ice cover to help understand the Canada, preventing older, thicker have become less stable, but he changes happening in the Arctic. Arctic Ocean sea ice from exiting doesn’t feel their failure to form The f indings were published through a narrow passage along will affect overall ice f low. in a February issue of Geophysi- Ellesmere Island and melting in “The Nares Strait is lesser out- cal Research Letters. (Source : Jet warmer waters. A study led by Ron f low,” he comments. “The main Propulsion Laboratory) Kwok of NASA’s Jet Propu lsion one is the Fram Strait,” which is Laboratory found that the failure too wide to form arches. Less Fgo in Ca Li Fornia of these arches to form in 2007
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 2010
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