Alaskan Sea Ice Normal Or Above For More Than A Year

Like Antarctica, sea ice off the Alaskan coast has been running normal or above for more than a year, and both have hit record highs during the past year.

Climate experts say that Antarctica and Alaska are the canary in the coal mine, and that the Arctic will be ice-free in a few months.

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University of Illinois – Cryosphere Today

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013′


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