Last month marked the commencement of a four-year, $11 million project called the Baysys StudyÂ in the Hudson Bay of Canada. The project is being led by the University of Manitoba to study the contaminants, carbon cycling, climate systems, and marine ecosystems of the Hudson Bay, and to contribute to the understanding of climate change and regulation on the Hudson Bay system. But thanks to warmer waters allowing ice flows to inundate the Bay, it seems climate change is keeping scientists from doing any research on climate change.
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