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Arctic Sea Ice Extent Second Highest For The Date Since 2005

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Arctic Sea Ice Extent Second Highest For The Date Since 2005

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After the shortest melt season on record, and record growth of sea ice in September, Arctic sea ice extent is now the second highest in the DMI record for the date. Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut NASA’s … Continue reading →

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