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Arctic Ice: 24 Percent Below 20th Century Average, Up 50 Percent from 2012

Arctic Ice: 24 Percent Below 20th Century Average, Up 50 Percent from 2012
The ice cap at the North Pole melts in the summer and grows in winter; its general shrinking trend is a sign of global warming. The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo., said Friday that Arctic ice was at 1.97 million square miles when it stopped melting late last week. The data shows a continuance of the Arctic Sea's shrinking ice at 12 percent per decade.
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