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Part 2: How Sea Ice Modulates Ventilation of Stored Ocean Heat and Warms the Arctic

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Examines the three major factors affecting sea ice extent, ventilation of subsurface heat and Arctic temperatures and explains why warming air due to a cooling ventilating Arctic ocean should never be averaged with other temperatures to create a global temperature statistic intended to indicate earth’s heat storage.

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