The Globe and Mail indique le 29 mai 2011 « … Where the planet is expected to see a two to four degree Celsius gain in temperature by the end of the century, projections show the Arctic temperature increasing by two to nine degrees – and as much as 11 degrees in winter.
That has profound implications for transportation in the highest latitudes, and the researchers set out to find out exactly how much.
What they found was striking. By midcentury, a window of years from 2045-2059, they project that three major Arctic shipping corridors will be completely open to moderately ice-reinforced vessels from July to September…. read the entire article >> »