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Claim: Earth’s cryosphere shrinking by 87,000 square kilometers per year

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AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION Research News WASHINGTON–The global cryosphere–all of the areas with frozen water on Earth–shrank by about 87,000 square kilometers (about 33,000 square miles), a area about the size…

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