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Adam Booth med slegge

A man with a red hat swings a sledgehammer over the Hardangerjøkulen glacier. A hard clank accompanies the explosion of snow as the hammer hits the ground. There is a metal plate in the snow. 

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Himmel og hav

That the ocean slows down global warming by absorbing CO2 from the air, is pure chemistry. But to find out how much, you have to know how the ocean moves. Friederike Fröb's PhD shows that both weather and ocean currents play a role. 

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Svetlana Sorokina

MEET OUR YOUNG RESEARCHERS: When Svetlana Sorokina’s mother calls from Siberia and complains about the cold, Svetlana knows one thing: I has probably been unusually warm in the Arctic.
 

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Benjamin Franklin's Gulf Stream map

Deep down in the ocean there are waves that never break the surface. But all you need to see them, is a glass jar and some cooking oil. 

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Erwin Lambert

Sometimes things are so complicated that you're forced to think simple. Erwin Lambert is an expert at that. With a few, plain boxes he tries to calculate how a rainy future will influence Atlantic currents.

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