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Arctic sea ice hits its minimum extent for the year – 2 NASA scientists explain what's driving the overall decline

By Alek Petty, Associate Research Scientist in polar sea ice variability, NASA
Linette Boisvert, Sea Ice Scientist and Deputy Project Scientist for NASA's Operation IceBridge, NASA
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A closer look at how ice cover changed through the months offers some important insights into the role of climate change and why every year isn’t a record.

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