Canada's Arctic ice caps melting rapidly since 2005: documents
Glacier monitoring conducted by the federal government in Canada's High Arctic shows the shrinking of ice caps that started in the late 1980s "has accelerated rapidly since 2005" and is part of a "strongly negative trend," according to internal government documents.
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