Saturday, March 21, 2015

NASA: reduction of sea ice in the Arctic – a trend – Express-News

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22.03 | 00:40

The Arctic ice is inevitably reduced in size. According to the latest NASA area of ​​the ice cover in the Arctic today is 14.54 square kilometers. Such a figure is really a record, considering it since the beginning of the observation of the behavior of Arctic ice.

According to experts, to date the minimum ice area was 14.65 square kilometers.

It should be consider the fact that the area of ​​the Arctic ice cover constantly increases and decreases depending on the time of year. But in the recent trend of constant melting ice in the future can lead to extremely negative consequences.

Research Center in Boulder always gives its own facts, without reference to the observations of other countries. According to them, this approach helps to avoid all sorts of inaccuracies.


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