TECH FILE: Acoustic Tech Used to Understand Climate Change in the Arctic

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    Major changes are occurring in the ocean. Climate change and subsequent melting sea ice are not necessarily good changes. Why are acoustic Doppler current profilers an invaluable tool to get a complete picture of the Arctic’s changing wave conditions in the context of climate change?


    In the Arctic, the end-of-summer sea ice extent in 2020 was the second-lowest in the last 42 years.

    “The ice used to melt out in June or July. Now it melts out in May. It used to come back in September or October.

    Read more by visiting MarineLink.com

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