Changing climate, changing ocean
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Observations show that climate warming is already having significant impacts on the ocean. How the ocean and sea ice respond will determine the trajectory of future global climate.
Prepared for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15), December 7 - 18 2009
Suggested CitationWorking Paper: Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, "Changing climate, changing ocean", 2009, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/3111
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