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Ice and the Northwest passage- an unreliable shipping route still

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Christian Haas (PhD) is Canada Research Chair in Arctic Sea-ice Geophysics and a professor in the Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering at York University in Toronto. His new findings from on-site research have found that ice in the Northwest passage can still be too thick and ice conditions far too unreliable in summer for it to become a regular shipping route.


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