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Study Finds Alarmingly Low Arctic Sea Ice Coverage

07 Mar 2011  |   Daniel Jacobs

According to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, sea ice coverage in the Arctic Ocean has reached a new record low.

At almost 3 million square kilometers below the average, and significantly less than the previous record low set in 2007, the waning Arctic sea ice highlights repeated concerns about the damaging effect of increasing global temperatures on the Arctic region.

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