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Here's how sea ice algae could show past and future climate change

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A previously problematic molecule turns out to be a reliable proxy for reconstructing sea ice, a new study shows. Image: Unsplash/Poseidon X

Kevin Stacey
Senior Writer for the Physical Sciences, Brown University
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