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Arctic: summer sea ice at second lowest level ever


This pack ice reached an area of ​​3.74 million square kilometers, the second lowest level observed after that observed in 2012.

Summer pack ice in the Arctic melted in 2020 to the second smallest area on record, after 2012, according to satellite observations announced Monday, September 21 by the National Snow and Ice Data Center in the United States.

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The minimum of the summer sea ice was reached on September 15, with 3.74 million square kilometers, according to the American center whose satellite data cover the last 42 years.

Source: lefigaro

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