Underwater Ice Boosts Production of the World Oceans' Densest Waters

Meredith, Michael ORCID: 2022 Underwater Ice Boosts Production of the World Oceans' Densest Waters. Science Advances, 8 (42), eade7006. 2, pp.

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Waters cooled below freezing point adjacent to Cape Darnley, Antarctica generate subsurface ice and produce dense waters that flood the global ocean abyss.

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Date made live: 24 Oct 2022 10:40 +0 (UTC)

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