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Arctic Sea Ice Re-Freezing at Record Pace
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12 Dec 07 - Some 58,000 square miles of ice formed per day for 10 days in late October and early November, a new record.

The record melting of Arctic sea ice this summer was widely viewed as a harbinger of global warming, though unusual wind patterns played a role and many factors affecting fluctuations in Arctic ice are poorly understood by scientists. 

Still, so much ice melted that the fabled Northwest passage opened for the first time in history (not true), and the melting broke a record, set just two years ago that at the time was seen as unprecedented and worrying.

http://www.thedailygreen.com/environmental-news/latest/arctic-sea-ice-47121205
Thanks to Michael Jenkins for this link




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