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> Climate Change Blog: Update on Arctic Sea Ice Extent and Volume
Brett Anderson
post Apr 18 2012, 02:42 PM
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Sea ice extent in the Arctic region continues to run close to the 1979-2000 year average at this time. Thin, one-year ice continues to remain entrenched across a large part of the Bering Sea thanks in part to the bitterly cold winter and favorable winds into the early Spring. However, just because the sea ice extent is running near normal Read the full article

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