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Press Release 12-222
NSF-supported Researchers Pinpoint 1,500-Year Cycle in Arctic Atmospheric Pattern

Cycle affects Northern Hemisphere weather and could contribute to severe weather and flooding in the long term

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Researchers taking samples from a ship in the Arctic

Researchers take samples aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy in the Arctic.

Credit: Joseph Ortiz, Kent State University

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