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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Arctic Sea Ice
Courtesy of the University of Illinois
Unless you've been incommunicado the past couple weeks, you have probably heard that Arctic Sea Ice coverage is at the lowest of the satellite era, already lower than the 2007 minimum by quite a bit. Here is the Alaska-centric view from the University of Illinois Cryosphere today webpage. There is a small amount of low concentration ice northwest of Barrow, but it's going fast.