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Annals of Glaciology
The present and future ice conditions around 100 years from present in the Baltic Sea are examined by two 10 year integrations of an ice-ocean model. Results from atmospheric climate-model simulations constitute the atmospheric forcing, one representing present climate conditions (control simulation), and the other global warming due to CO2 doubling (scenario simulation). The present-day climatological ice conditions and the interannual variability were realistically reproduced by the ice-oceandoi:10.3189/172756401781818383 fatcat:reozo2skqzbnbkpfxun5e6dynm