Scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) have simulated conditions along potential routes for the MOSAiC polar expedition, using today’s conditions in the ‘new Arctic.’ The results suggest that thinner sea ice may carry the ship farther than would be expected compared to historical conditions and the sea ice around the ship may melt earlier than the 12-month goal.
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