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Poles 'vital for climate science'

Earth News: Antarctica
Climate/Science Report

Feb 23, 2007
Research in the polar regions has never been more important in the quest to understand impacts of climate change, according to the UK's science minister.
Urgent scientific effort in Antarctica was needed to assess the extent of global warming, Malcolm Wicks observed.
"Climate change has to be the world's number one concern for the foreseeable future in this century," he told BBC News.
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