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Arctic ice extent in September expands to ‘one of the highest in the last decade’


By Paul Homewood


DMI now have the September numbers out for Arctic ice extent. They confirm that average extent over the month is one of the highest in the last decade.


Far from being in a death spiral, September ice is clearly on the increase

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