Arctic Ice at All-Time Low

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 20, 2007   View Article

There is less sea ice in the Arctic than ever before recorded, thanks in part to a warm, sunny summer, a climate scientist said today. And the melting season isn’t even over.

On Sunday the sea ice extent was measured at 1.93 million square miles (5.01 million square kilometers).

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