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Carbon fluxes in the East Siberian Sea

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Uploaded on Jan 8, 2009

Large fluxes of carbon, material and water pass from the Siberian Tundra to the Arctic Ocean. Örjan Gustafsson, professor of bio-geochemistry at Stockholm University has studied the effects that these fluxes have on the climate.

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