Subject: could heat of fusion contribute to rapid arctic melt?
Date: Wed Jan 26 12:32:47 2011
Posted by tom
Grade level: nonaligned
City: tucson State/Province: az
Area of science: Environment & Ecology
will newly exposed arctic water equivalent to the mass of the melted sea ice
rise in temp some 80 degrees C if exposed to the same radiant energy over the
same amount of time?
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