Antarctic Sea Ice Hits a Record Max, and That’s Not Good

Climate Desk: For the third year in a row, the sea ice ringing Antarctica has set a new record. Its extent is the farthest now since observations began in the late `70s, and scientists say the growth is largely the result of climate change. Antarctic sea ice melts during the early part of the year but typically packs it back on by September. The ice broke last year`s record for extent on Monday, according to a report in New Scientist. It`s the latest evidence of a small but significant growth trend of about......

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