An unusual year for Arctic sea ice
Sixth lowest minimum ice extent followed strange melting pattern in an August warmer than July, and anomalous September weather
A review by the National Snow and Ice Data Center of this year’s Arctic sea ice melt season shows some unusual features in the weather patterns and the accompanying ice melt phenomena. As previously reported in Petroleum News, the sea ice minimum, at the end of the melt season, was tied with the 200....
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Started with near record low extent
September ice melt
Loss of multiyear ice
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