Young and thin instead of old and bulky: Researchers report on changes in Arctic sea ice after return of research vessel Polarstern

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In the central Arctic the proportion of old, thick sea ice has declined significantly. Instead, the ice cover now largely consists of thin, one-year-old floes. This is one of the results that scientists brought back from the 26th Arctic expedition of the research vessel Polarstern....
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