The present special issue gathers contributions from the Polar Climate Stability Network (PCS-N), a network funded by the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. These contributions fall primarily under one of its four research themes, that of “The Arctic/North Atlantic Oscillation and the role of the Arctic Ocean in the Climate System: Paleoclimatological Perspectives”. A companion special issue on “Polar Climate Stability”, in the Journal of Climate (ams.allenpress.com/perlserv/?request=get- collection&coll_id=27), illustrates other themes, where modeling and more fundamental aspects of Arctic climate variability take the lead over the setting of geological time series bearing paleoclimatological information. The key...

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