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  • n. Alternative form of paleoceanographer.


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  • Todd Sowers, a palaeoceanographer at Pennsylvania State University in Philadelphia, measured hydrogen isotopes of atmospheric methane from three distinct warming episodes,

  • "We find that early-21st-century temperatures of Atlantic water entering the Arctic Ocean are unprecedented over the past 2,000 years and are presumably linked to the Arctic amplification of global warming," wrote lead investigator Robert Spielhagen, a palaeoceanographer at the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences in Kiel, Germany, along with eight coauthors from Colorado, Germany and Norway. Arctic Ocean current temperatures traced back to Roman Empire


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