Arctic sea ice probably at minimum
Minimum sea ice extent for this year will likely be well above last year’s record low; Northwest Passage remains closed to shipping
The extent of the Arctic sea ice cover has probably reached a minimum for this year, as the hours of daylight and the air temperatures drop in the polar region, the National Snow and Ice Data Center, or NSIDC, has reported. After falling to 1.97 million square miles on Sept. 13 the ice extent now se....
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Hiatus in warming
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