Arctic Sea Ice Could be Heading for a New Low

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In the ten days between February 25th and March 7th, swaths of sea ice floating across an area of the Arctic the size of Washington state simply vanished.

This sharp drop in Arctic sea ice, following on from a particularly low extent in February, may be a harbinger of a new record: the lowest maximum winter extent for Arctic sea ice in the satellite era.

Each year at the end of the warm season, falling temperatures cause ice to form atop Arctic waters and

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