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First comprehensive review of the state of Antarctica's climate
Date:11/30/2009

ica from another global warming. Understanding the complexities surrounding these issues is a challenge for scientists and communicating these in a meaningful way to society and to policymakers is essential. There is no doubt that our world is changing and human activity is accelerating global change. This review is a major step forward in making sure that the latest and best evidence is available in one place. It sets the scene for future Antarctic Research and provides the knowledge that we all need to help us live with environmental change."


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Contact: Linda Capper
lmca@bas.ac.uk
44-771-423-3744
British Antarctic Survey
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