arctic ice

"What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic."
Gaining trust Its quiet voice in the central Arctic Ocean fisheries negotiations is another example of the country showcasing
NOAA just reported the earliest snowmelt in 78 years of recorded history.
"What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic. The fate of Greenland is the fate of Miami."
Scientists reveal why the influence melting sea ice has on precipitation could be bad.
With the return of the sun to the Arctic after months of winter darkness, the ice shrinks to a minimum in September. The
A second vote in the Senate could draw the support of only 15 Republicans for a measure that supported the fact that humans contribute to climate change. Despite the obvious, more education is required.
The channels through the islands, known as the Northwest Passages, have come to be seen as a potentially valuable shipping
Researchers recommend that further study be undertaken to evaluate the potential effects of these microplastics on oceans
On the other hand, the proportion of so-called multiyear ice was higher this year than in 2013: About 43 percent of this
From Mother Nature Network's John Platt: For decades now scientists have observed rapid melting in the Quelccaya Ice Cap
We might as well keep it simple and just say this superstorm is caused by our human-made climate change.
I fell in love last week. Two orphaned baby walruses, Mitik and Pakak, who were found in the waters off the coast of Alaska this summer, stole my heart.
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On Sunday, September 16, the sun did not rise above the horizon in the Arctic. Nevertheless enough of the sun's heat had