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HomeClimate411“Where’s the sea ice?” Right where it’s been for most of...

“Where’s the sea ice?” Right where it’s been for most of the Holocene.

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Guest “geological perspective” by David Middleton This is sort of a sequel yesterday’s post: Where’s the sea ice? 3 reasons the Arctic freeze is unseasonably late and why it matters. With the setting of the sun and the onset of polar darkness, the Arctic Ocean would normally be crusted with sea ice along the Siberian…

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