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Sea Ice News Volume 3 #1 – The “Arctic Institute” pawns itself

It is that time again where attention turns to Arctic Sea Ice because it is approaching maximum extent. There’s really only two periods each year that garner intense interest, and that are the times a of maximum and minimum extent. … Continue reading ?
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