Arctic Heats Up More than Other Places
Temperature change in the Arctic is happening at a greater rate than other places in the Northern Hemisphere, and this is expected to continue in the future. As a result, glacier and ice-sheet melting, sea-ice retreat, coastal erosion and sea level rise can be expected to continue.
USGS scientist Joan Fitzpatrick discusses a new report on past climate variability and change in the Arctic.
[Via USGS Corecast]
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