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Arctic Freshwater Cycle is Intensifying Consistent With Climate Warming
June 24, 2010
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The amount of fresh water flowing through the Arctic as snow or rainfall, in rivers and other cycles is increasing, in agreement with model projections under a warming climate, according to a new study by University of Massachusetts Amherst hydrologist Michael Rawlins and colleagues from 18 other institutions in the United States, Norway and Finland. Full Story
University of Massachusetts Amherst
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