Norwegian student of zoology Fridtjof Nansen sets out on a sea voyage to study the Arctic on board the 300 tons sealer SS Viking. He discovered several important facts. He showed that, contrary to the previous assumption, sea ice forms on the surface of the water rather than below. Nansen also demonstrated that the Gulf Stream flows beneath a cold layer of surface water.
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