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Evaluating Snow Depth on Arctic Sea Ice in CCSM. Objective To compare CCSM snow-on-sea-ice simulations with observed data, document biases and investigate sensitivity of sea ice/snow conductive fluxes to perturbations of snow characteristics. Approach

By jarah
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Leaving Nome, with the sea and sea ice in the background.

Leaving Nome, with the sea and sea ice in the background.

Expedition route. Five weeks, 20 March–26 April 2002, 1050 miles (1700 km), minimum temperature –30 F (–34 C). Figure at right shows the equivalent distance over the conterminous United States.

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