Arctic ice melting faster than predicted
New AMAP assessment points to rapid loss of ice cover, retreating permafrost, earlier spring melt and accelerated warming
Surface temperatures in the Arctic since 2005 have been higher than for any five-year period since records began in 1880, according to a new report from the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program, an international group within the Arctic Council that monitors the Arctic environment and provides ad....
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Shorter snow season
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