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In the Climatic Depths

Numéro de notice

1795

Durée

00:26:00

Année de production

2006

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Couleur
Sonore

Résumé

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.

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