It’s Time for NASA to Measure Summer Arctic Melt: Things Aren’t Looking Good

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Once a year, climatologists examine arctic ice at its peak level of melt to determine how severe the year’s effects on the climate have been. Now that we are in Mid-August, that day is quickly approaching. Though we do not yet know what the year’s data will provide, we know enough not to be hopeful. The

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