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Research Article

Month-to-Month Variability of Autumn Sea Ice in the Barents and Kara Seas and Its Relationship to Winter Air Temperature in China

Figure 2

BKI time series for September (a, d), October (b, e), and November (c, f) showing the time series of both the OBKI in the left panels (unit: 105 km2) and the DBKI in the right panels. The straight lines in the left panels denote the linear trends in the OBKI. Those years with high BKI values (>0.75 SD) and low BKI values (<−0.75 SD) are marked by circles and black dots, respectively.
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