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    • Sea Ice Rheology Experiment (SIREx): 2. Evaluating Linear Kinematic Features in High‐Resolution Sea Ice Simulations 

      Hutter, NilsORCIDiD; Bouchat, AmélieORCIDiD; Dupont, FrédéricORCIDiD; Dukhovskoy, DmitryORCIDiD; Koldunov, NikolayORCIDiD; Lee, Younjoo J.ORCIDiD; Lemieux, Jean‐FrançoisORCIDiD; Lique, CamilleORCIDiD; Losch, MartinORCIDiD; Maslowski, WieslawORCIDiD; Myers, Paul G.ORCIDiD; Ólason, EinarORCIDiD; Rampal, Pierre; Rasmussen, TillORCIDiD; Talandier, Claude; Tremblay, BrunoORCIDiD; Wang, QiangORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 2022-04-23)
      Simulating sea ice drift and deformation in the Arctic Ocean is still a challenge because of the multiscale interaction of sea ice floes that compose the Arctic Sea ice cover. The Sea Ice Rheology Experiment (SIREx) is a ...
    • Sea Ice Targeted Geoengineering Can Delay Arctic Sea Ice Decline but not Global Warming 

      Zampieri, LorenzoORCIDiD; Goessling, Helge F.ORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2019)
      To counteract global warming, a geoengineering approach that aims at intervening in the Arctic ice-albedo feedback has been proposed. A large number of wind-driven pumps shall spread seawater on the surface in winter to ...