Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Royal Navy subs provide insights for Arctic science

The National Oceanography Centre in the UK has used data on the Arctic Ocean gathered by Royal Navy submarines to study the effects of a possible future shrinking of the ice cap. This meeting of oceanography and military intelligence has seen declassified data from the 1990s analyzed to gain insights into how diminished ice cover affects turbulence in arctic waters. .. Continue Reading Royal Navy subs provide insights for Arctic science

Section: Science

Tags: Arctic, Climate Change, Royal Navy, Submarine, Temperature

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