Sea ice hit record lows in November #weather — Watts Up With That?

Check out this awesome article about melting ice caps from the Watts Up With That? blog!

Melting ice caps increase sea levels, which affects coastlines all around the world. A huge portion of the population lives near the water, and  soon rising sea levels will have a huge impact on their lives.

From the UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER and the “one month does not a trend make” department, notice that there is still plenty of ice in the Arctic as shown in the image provided with the press release. It’s weather folks, but do remember this moment the next time we get a record high Arctic […]

via Sea ice hit record lows in November #weather — Watts Up With That?

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