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Twenty Years Of ‘Unprecedented Melting’ Has Left Arctic Sea Ice Unchanged


Twenty Years Of Unprecedented Melting Has Left Arctic Sea Ice Unchanged

Climate experts say that the Arctic sea ice is melting down, and will be gone by 2013. The amount of sea ice in the Arctic is essentially identical to 20 years ago. Daily Arctic Sea Ice Maps BBC NEWS | Science/Nature … Continue reading →

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