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Melting arctic ice allows luxury cruise ship to travel Northwest Passage for the first time

For generations, the Northwest Passage connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the Canadian Arctic was considered impossible to travel. Thick ice prevented ships from taking advantage of the potential sea route until Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen successfully navigated it in 1906 after a three-year struggle. Show More Summary

How baby beluga whales dive deeper and longer than any others

Arctic sea ice forces baby belugas to hold their breath longer than other young whales. Special muscle adaptations help the babies survive

Arctic ice melt is killing birds and will leave caribou stranded

The trend for more sea ice to melt sooner spells trouble for Arctic ecosystems on an unprecedented scale – and it’s not just polar bears that are in peril

Arctic Ice Shrinks to Second Lowest Level on Record

Arctic sea ice this summer shrank to its second lowest level since scientists started to monitor it by satellite, with scientists saying it is another ominous signal of global warming.

As sea ice retreats, will wind stir up Atlantic water heat in the Arctic Ocean?

The Arctic region is warming up at twice the rate as the rest of the planet, and the most obvious symptom of this warming is the retreat of the sea ice that covers the Arctic Ocean.

Arctic sea ice shrinks to 2007 level – second lowest level on record

Researchers are saying that it's another stark signal of global warming in action.

Arctic Summer Sea Ice – Going Down, Down, Down

New studies reinforce that the summer retreats in Arctic sea ice of late are far greater than any since least 1850, but the path to an open Arctic Ocean remains murky.

Arctic Sea Ice Is At Its Second Lowest Minimum on Record

Arctic sea ice extent. (Image: NASA/Public domain) The expanse of ice in the Arctic appears to have reached its minimum extent for the year, and it's the second lowest record in the record of satellite monitoring sea ice, begun in 1979. NASA...Show More Summary

Arctic sea ice shrinks to 2nd-lowest mark on record

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Arctic sea ice shrank to its summer minimum on Sept. 10, according to data released Thursday by the National Snow and Ice Data Center.        

Arctic summer sea ice melts to second lowest level ever recorded

The melt follows last year’s record low of winter ice that set stage for the summer low. Long term consequences for ecosystems could be dire

Sea ice in the Arctic sinks to near record lows

One climate scientist called the trend “clear and ominous”

Sea ice in Arctic shrinks to second lowest level on record

Arctic sea ice this summer shrank to its second lowest level since scientists started to monitor it by satellite, with scientists saying it is another ominous signal of global warming. … Click to Continue »

Polar Bears Are Facing Shorter Ice Seasons, And That's Terrible News

The future for polar bears is grim if Arctic sea ice continues shrinking at current rates, suggests new research from the University of Washington. The fact that sea ice in the Arctic is disappearing as global temperatures rise is not new information. Show More Summary

Sea ice in Arctic shrinks to second lowest level on record

Arctic sea ice this summer shrank to its second lowest level since scientists started to monitor it by satellite, with scientists saying it is another ominous signal of global warming.

Arctic sea ice shrinks to 2nd-lowest extent on record

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Arctic sea ice shrank to its summer minimum on Sept. 10, according to data released Thursday by the National Snow and Ice Data Center.        

Watch a Formula E Race Car Driver Take on the Arctic Ice Cap in This Insane Clip

With 2016 set to be the hottest year on record, Formula E partnered with Julius Baer, Visa, DHL, Schaeffler, The Prince Albert Foundation II and Mumm to bring awareness surrounding the amount of sea ice breaking away from the Arctic. For this, they tasked adventurous race-winning Formula E driver Lucas di Grassi to go where […]

Extent of Arctic sea ice reached its low point of the year Sunday, the second lowest ever

British adventurer/explorer Ben Saunders spent a lot of time in the Arctic. On foot. Hauling his stuff behind him. He started in 2001. After three years, he could give a firsthand report that the Arctic was getting warmer. In May 2004,...Show More Summary

Polar Bears Are Definitely Screwed

As Arctic sea ice flirts with its lowest levels in recorded history, polar scientists are taking the opportunity to remind us that it isn’t just humans who are screwed because of melting ice caps. Remember polar bears, global warming’s first darling poster child? They’re still around, and they’re not happy with what we’ve done to the planet. Read more...

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