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Chinese expedition exploring the waters of the Bering Sea
On July 18, Chinese oceanographers conducted research in the Bering Sea as part of a scientific expedition aboard the Xuelong (Snow Dragon) vessel, Xinhua news agency reported.
During the immersion of special apparatus, scientists took samples of sea water, measured its temperature, electrical conductivity, pressure and obtained other hydrological data.
The Bering Sea is one of the most important areas for research. During previous expeditions, Chinese scientists have acquired a lot of data, said the chief scientist of the expedition Pan Zengdi. "The exchange of energy and substances in the Bering Sea has a direct impact on environmental change in the Arctic Ocean, so the relevant data are very important for studying the climate in the North Pole," he explained.