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Observational needs for sea ice models

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This note summarizes discussions held during a 2-day meeting of the CLiC Arctic Sea Ice Working Group, in Boulder, CO (31st Oct. - 1st Nov., 2011). It seeks to identify gaps in the observations of the Arctic sea ice cover that, if closed, could significantly help to evaluate and improve the process- to large-scale sea ice models. The note was prepared by Francois Massonnet and Alexandra Jahn.

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