Arctic ice: more there, less here
Norwegian report ice buildup north of the Svalbard archipelago but ice has broken from the Ward Hunt shelf
An apparent contradiction to a multi-year trend of shrinking ice cover in the Arctic, the Norwegian Meteorological Institute has reported more sea ice than normal north of the Svalbard archipelago, in the northwestern Barents Sea. Although the area is normally ice-free in July, there is an extensive....
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