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Ocean Heat Transport as a Cause for Model Uncertainty in Projected Arctic Warming
Journal of Climate
The Arctic climate is governed by complex interactions and feedback mechanisms between the atmosphere, ocean, and solar radiation. One of its characteristic features, the Arctic sea ice, is very vulnerable to anthropogenically caused warming. Production and melting of sea ice is influenced by several physical processes. The authors show that the northward ocean heat transport is an important factor in the simulation of the sea ice extent in the current general circulation models. Those modelsdoi:10.1175/2010jcli3713.1 fatcat:657yidb75bhklgy5sqzluyf5ky