Saturday, 2 January 2016

Climate Change - Arctic sea ice

The Arctic includes an ocean covered by sea ice.



Arctic sea ice melts back in Summer, and then refreezes in Winter.

The area of Arctic sea ice is largest in March each year, and at its lowest each September.



The NSIDC also publish this graph, which is updated every day.



Research suggests the remarkable decline of  Arctic sea ice over the last century is far beyond anything seen for a long time. 



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