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Mike Friedman mikedf at
Sat Nov 30 19:55:06 MST 2002

This is problematic, too, since that "stable layer" of warmer, lower
salinity water is also expected to halt upwelling, which is the basis for
plankon blooms. Also, the Globe and Mail and NASA's points are not mutually
contradictory, if that is your implication. No more time...


>In the short term, reduced ice cover would open shipping lanes through the
>Arctic. Also, massive melts could increase biological productivity, since
>melt water floats and provides a stable layer conducive to plankton blooms.

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