Natural variability has boosted Arctic sea ice loss
Enlarge / The 2016 summer minimum extent was the second lowest on record—compared here with the median extent between 1981 and 2010.NASA Earth Observatory reader comments 6 Share this story Sea ice around Antarctica is very variable from year to year—we've seen the highest winter extents of the last few decades a few years ago, but record low extents...
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