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Far-flung effects of Arctic warming

Arctic warming affects weather and climate thousands of miles to the south. Scientists are split on how large this effect is.

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Figure 1: Warm Arctic–cold Eurasia.


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Screen, J. Far-flung effects of Arctic warming. Nature Geosci 10, 253–254 (2017).

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