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Arctic Observing Network - News

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terrestrial organic matter spilling into a lake Sunlight, not microbes, key to CO2 in Arctic
Released August 21, 2014
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headwaters of the Sagavanirktok River Sunlight controls the fate of carbon released from thawing Arctic permafrost
Released August 21, 2014
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Toolik Field Station from the shore of Toolik Lake Flagship U.S. Arctic research facility welcomes EU scientists
Released June 9, 2014
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open water in northeast Greenland Researchers: Northeast Greenland ice loss accelerating
Released March 17, 2014
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a humpback whale breaching Whales, ships more common through Bering Strait
Released February 26, 2014
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Jin Liao checks the instrumentation in Barrow, AK High levels of molecular chlorine found in arctic atmosphere
Released January 13, 2014
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an ice core sample melting A century of human impact on arctic climate indicated by new models and historic aerosol data contained in ice cores
Released September 12, 2013
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image of open water on the ice Santa's workshop not flooded--but lots of melting in the Arctic
Released July 30, 2013
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polar graphic Satellite Sandwich Technique Improves Analysis of Geographical Data
Released April 9, 2013
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Photo of sky with fog bows over summit station in greenland Thin, Low Arctic Clouds Played an Important Role in Widespread 2012 Greenland Ice Sheet Melt
Released April 3, 2013
Press Release
sky with fog bows over summit station in greenland Thin Clouds Drove Greenland's Record-breaking 2012 Ice Melt
Released April 3, 2013
News From the Field
composite photograph of a GNET GPS unit GPS Can Now Measure Ice Melt, Change in Greenland Over Months Rather Than Years
Released July 24, 2012
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Photo of a seaglider prepared for deployment by Avery Snyder and Adam Huxtable. Seaglider Monitors Climate-related Ocean Circulation in the Arctic During Record-Breaking Journey Under Ice
Released April 28, 2009
Press Release
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