Arctic Ice More Vulnerable to Sun
“The sunshine reaching the Arctic is increasingly influential, as there is less ice to reflect it back into space. Dry, sunny conditions in a single summer can now act as a potent force to melt sea ice.”
The shrinking expanse of Arctic sea ice is increasingly vulnerable to summer sunshine, new research concludes. via RedOrbit
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#1 Apr 27, 2008
no kidding, really?
#2 Jun 5, 2008
Yeah, my birthday is the first day of summer too!
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