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Arctic sea ice suffers “devastating” loss, shrinks to second lowest on record – Sight Magazine

Warming in the Arctic shrank the ice covering the polar ocean this year to its second-lowest extent in four decades, scientists announced Monday, yet another si…

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22 September 2020
CASSANDRA GARRISON and NATALIE THOMAS
Buenos Aires, Argentina/Arctic OceanReuters
Warming in the Arctic shrank the ice covering the polar ocean this year to its second-lowest extent in four decades, scientists announced Monday, yet another sign of how climate change is rapidly transforming the region. 
Satellites recorded this year’s sea ice minimum at 3.74 million square kilometres on 15th September, only the second time the ice has been measured below four million square…

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