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Scientist gets funding to build experimental Arctic sea ice chamber

The Arctic is a harsh place, with subzero temperatures and rapidly changing weather conditions. That can make it difficult for researchers to conduct controlled experiments. But Roland von Glasow, a professor at the University of East Anglia who studies the chemical reactions between Arctic sea ice and the atmosphere, has a solution: He plans to build an 8-meter-cubed model Arctic Ocean at his university, where he can study how sea ice reacts with the atmosphere from the comfort of his laboratory.

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