Record Amount of Arctic Sea Ice Melted in June

Climate Central: The Arctic melt season is well underway, and sea ice extent -- a key indicator of global warming -- declined rapidly during June, setting a record for the largest June sea ice loss in the satellite era. Sea ice extent is currently running just below the level seen at the same time in 2007, the year that set the record for the lowest sea ice minimum in the satellite era. While the current rate of sea ice decline does not necessarily indicate that another record low will be set this year -- weather......

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