• phys.org | 8/29/2018 | Staff
    The Arctic region is heating up faster than any other place on Earth, and as more and more sea ice is lost every year, we are already feeling the impacts. IIASA researchers explored strategies for...
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  • livescience.com | 10/13/2019 | Emma Bryce - Live Science Contributor
    In August, President Donald Trump made international headlines when he voiced an interest in buying Greenland, the world's largest island, which teeters on the edge of the icy Arctic Ocean.
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  • Business Insider | 7/25/2019 | Brent Peabody, Center for a New American Security
    The above analysis makes clear that a melting Arctic is not in the American national security interest. Our allies (like Egypt and the European Union) will suffer while our adversaries (Russia and...
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  • phys.org | 11/26/2018 | Staff
    Professor Gareth Phoenix has been visiting Abisko, in the Arctic circle of Sweden, for years. He's been there in the depths of winter when the snow is several feet deep, and in the height of summer...
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  • realclimatescience.com | 8/3/2019 | Staff
    There is currently about six trillion tons of Arctic sea. All that alarmists have to do is melt that in the next week or two, before the melt season shuts down. They just need to melt about one...
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  • phys.org | 6/6/2017 | Staff
    Recent research by an international team, involving the University of Cape Town (UCT), investigated how a future, warmer Arctic could impact the algae that live in sea ice—and form the base of the...
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  • phys.org | 6/1/2016 | Staff
    Climate change results in warmer ocean temperatures, melting glaciers and more extreme weather patterns. Scientists have also observed its effects on the clams, snails, worms, crabs, urchins,...
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