Arctic summer sea ice melts to second lowest level ever recorded
NASA/Operation IceBridgeBy New Scientist staff and Press AssociationArctic sea ice has melted to the second lowest level on record despite a fairly cool summer – and the loss of ice may already be having ecological consequences. The extent of the sea ice in the Arctic at the end of the annual summer melt was 4.1 million square kilometres, tied for...
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