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Extent Of Multi-Year Arctic Sea Ice Is The Highest In A Decade

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NOAA claims that multi-year Arctic sea ice (MYI) is “vanishing.” The Arctic’s oldest ice is vanishing | NOAA Climate.gov In fact, the area covered by MYI has doubled over the past decade, and is now at a ten year high. MYI is shown in white in the OSISAF ice type image below. ‎osisaf.met.no/p/osisaf_hlprod_qlook.php The extent of MYI has been rapidly increasing since 2008, and has more than doubled.

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