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LHerraiz-Borreguero-Lessons from AMISOR

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This presentation was part of the Seeing below the ice workshop Organized by Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS) 22-25 Oct, 2012 Hobart, Australia. 

This is the talk presented by Laura Herraiz-Borreguero for workshop Session 2 on 22nd Oct
Session 2: Ocean-Ice Shelf Interaction - Scientific Perspectives

Please see the workshop program for details.

Workshop organizer and video copyright: SOOS
Video Recorded by: CSIRO, Hobart
Video produced by: CliC
Video Editing by: Molly Zhongnan Jia

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