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Arctic Sea Ice Watch (Sep 9): 3.50 mil sq km (Previous record low for this date was 4.28 mil sq km)

Arctic Sea Ice Watch (Sep 9): 3.50 mil sq km (Previous record low for this date was 4.28 mil sq km)

For September 9, 2012 Current Arctic sea ice extent: 3.50 million sq km (1.35 million sq miles) Previous record low for this date (Sep 9, 2007): 4.28 million sq km (1.65 million sq miles) The 1979-2000 average for this date is just under 7 million sq km (2.7 million sq miles). Arctic sea ice volume … Continue reading


Jane Lubchenco
“At one time, we talked about what human-induced climate change might look like at some point in the future. The latest science says that it’s happening now. We are now seeing the effects of human-induced climate changes on our landscape, our neighborhoods, schoolyards and farms, as well as our forests, beaches and mountains.”
Dr. Jane Lubchenco
Administrator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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