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Atmospheric rivers are hitting the Arctic more often, and increasingly melting its sea ice

By Pengfei Zhang, Assistant Research Professor of Atmospheric Science, Penn State
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Atmospheric rivers can melt fragile new sea ice. When these storms arrive in waves, the sea ice doesn’t have a chance to recover.The Conversation

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