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Vol. 19, No. 8 Week of February 23, 2014
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Arctic sea ice still below average

Winter temperatures in the Arctic have been relatively warm as the sea-ice extent continues to be relatively low for the time of year

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

To someone facing the icy winds and heavy snow of the severe winter that has struck large areas of North America, the concept of the Arctic being warmer than usual may seem less than credible. But in January, Arctic temperatures were above average, according to data presented by the National Snow an....

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