Wind-driven ocean influences on the contrasting sea-ice trends around West Antarctica
Much of the work on the cause of Antarctic sea ice over recent decades has focused on atmospheric drivers but this paper focuses on the ocean’s role. The authors analyze the trend of Antarctic sea ice over the past 35 years on the basis of satellite data and model simulations forced with atmospheric reanalysis products. Their findings suggest that ocean processes play a crucial role in determining the seasonality of sea ice trends. They also reveal that the sea-ice response is regionally.
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Wind‐driven ocean dynamics impact on the contrasting sea‐ice trends around West Antarctica
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