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Data, no judgment: From more than 8 million square kilometers in 1979, Arctic sea ice is down to 5.6 million square kilometers. At that rate, the Arctic will be ice-free in August in less than a century. The phenomenon probably isn’t linear though, so the actual ice-free date could be sooner or later.

(Click on the graph for the link.)

“The Great Polar Melt Continues” – American Geophysical Union

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