Pink algae unlocks Arctic ice mystery

Published on YouTube Nov 21, 2013: Canadian researchers have discovered […]

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November 23, 2013

Published on YouTube Nov 21, 2013: Canadian researchers have discovered a new way to measure melting Arctic sea ice by heading deep down into the ocean and studying coralline algae. Christina Stevens explains.

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