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Wetting the Arctic

Nature Climate Change volume 3, pages 1718 (2013) | Download Citation

Streamflow from northern Eurasia into the Arctic Ocean has been increasing since the 1930s. Research shows that increased poleward moisture transport is responsible for additional water in the region.

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  1. Tara J. Troy is at Columbia Water Center, The Earth Institute at Columbia University, 842 S.W. Mudd Mailcode: 4711, 500 West 120th Street, New York, New York 10027, USA

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