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This project aims to reduce the uncertainties in our understanding of how atmosphere, sea-ice and ocean interact to influence Arctic climate and so develop better predictive capabilities.
Understanding physical ocean and sea-ice processes in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, with the goal of improving monitoring efforts and our ability to predict future change.
TEA-COSI, a NERC Arctic Research Programme project, is looking at the behaviour of the Arctic Ocean and it's sea ice, with the aim of reducing uncertainty in the prediction of Arctic climate.
The research of the Oxford University Arctic Ocean Research Programme led by Dr Helen Johnson is an important contribution to the ARP TEA-COSI consortium researching Arctic climate.
Reminder - IASC Medal Award 2014 nominations open
New UK report shows that respect for Arctic states, local people and the environment is fundamental to Arctic engagement. It also highlights Arctic Research Programme's importance.