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Old sea ice, which had survived several summers, used to dominate the sea ice of the winter Arctic. However, today less than half of the sea ice at winter maximum has survived at least one summer. NOAA’s climatewatch has a … Continue reading
Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis from the USA’s National Snow and Ice Data Center reports: Arctic sea ice extent has begun its seasonal decline towards the September minimum. Ice extent through the winter was similar to that of recent … Continue reading
From EO Newsroom This image shows Arctic sea ice concentration on September 8, 2008, as observed by the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer–Earth Observing System (AMSR-E) sensor on NASA’s Aqua satellite. The observations are collected on a pixel by pixel basis … Continue reading
RealClimate reports from the AGU about Arctic sea ice: is it tipped yet? The summer of 2007 was apocalyptic for Arctic sea ice. The coverage and thickness of sea ice in the Arctic has been declining steadily over the past … Continue reading