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Vast costs of Arctic change

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Methane released by melting permafrost will have global impacts that must be better modelled, say Gail Whiteman, Chris Hope and Peter Wadhams.

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  1. Gail Whiteman is professor of sustainability, management and climate change at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

    • Gail Whiteman
  2. Chris Hope is a reader in policy modelling at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK.

    • Chris Hope
  3. Peter Wadhams is professor of ocean physics at the University of Cambridge, UK.

    • Peter Wadhams

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