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17 August 2011

Although Arctic sea ice appears fated to melt away as the climate continues to warm, the ice may temporarily stabilize or somewhat expand at times over the next few decades, new research indicates.

The computer modeling study reinforces previous findings that the level of Arctic sea ice loss cannot be explained by natural causes alone, and that the ice will eventually disappear during summer if climate change continues.

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In the age of the data deluge, science can only advance with the assistance of apt scientific visualizations.

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OurGrid, a peer-to-peer (P2P) grid middleware and a desktop grid service, brings all the computers within a single laboratory or university together for processing tasks.

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