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‘We have never seen a year like this’

Summary by Echonetdaily
‘On September 10, Antarctic sea ice likely reached its annual maximum extent of 16.96 million square kilometers (6.55 million square miles). This is the lowest sea ice maximum in the 1979 to 2023 sea ice record by a wide margin.’ National Snow and Ice Data Center. Image Antarctica’s sea ice has reached its annual maximum – a record low – and has started to recede as temperatures warm during spring. That maximum…

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