Polar scientists describe and model air-sea and ice-ocean interactions, the formation and chemistry of deep and bottom waters, regional circulations, tidal heights and currents, ocean bathymetry, interannual variability and the Antarctic Slope Front. This latest oceanology volume in the series covers the impacts of ice crystals and icebergs, sea ice biology and geophysics, and the important roles of sea ice in atmospheric and oceanographic processes.
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