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In the Climatic Depths
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The South Polar Ocean, encircling the continent of Antartica, containc the most powerful ocean current on our planet, the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, not so well known, but playing a fundamental role on the climate. Studied by a satellite and a oceanographic expedition (Drake), it will allow to evaluate the climate evolution over the last thirty years.
UMR7159 - Laboratoire d'océanographie et du climat : expérimentations et approches numériques (LOCEAN)Laboratory website
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