A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond

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Kennicutt II, M.C.; Chown, S.L.; Cassano, J.J.; Liggett, D.; Peck, L.S.; Massom, R.; Rintoul, S.R.; Storey, J.; Vaughan, D.G.; Wilson, T.J.; Allison, I.; Ayton, J.; Badhe, R.; Baesemann, J.; Barrett, P.J.; Bell, R.E.; Bertler, N.; Bo, S.; Brandt, A.; Bromwich, D.; Cary, S.C.; Clark, M.S.; Convey, P.; Costa, E.S.; Cowan, D.; DeConto, R.; Dunbar, R.; Elfring, C.; Escutia, C.; Francis, J.; ... view all 75 authors
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1017/S0954102014000674
  • Subject: Glaciology | [ SDE ] Environmental Sciences | Earth Sciences | Scientific | [SDE]Environmental Sciences | horizon scan | Atmospheric Sciences | research priorities | future directions | Marine Sciences | Biology and Microbiology | extraordinary logistics | Ecology and Environment

International audience; Antarctic and Southern Ocean science is vital to understanding natural variability, the processesthat govern global change and the role of humans in the Earth and climate system. The potential for newknowledge to be gained from future Antarctic s... View more