Antarctica & Arctic

"Arctic Sea Ice Reaches a Low, Just Missing Record"

"A “crazy year” in the Arctic has resulted in the second-lowest extent of sea ice in the region, scientists said Monday. Researchers with the National Snow and Ice Data Center said the minimum was most likely reached on Sept. 15, with 1.44 million square miles of ocean covered in ice. Since then, with temperatures falling and new ice forming, coverage has been increasing."

Source: NYTimes, 09/22/2020


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