Nearly all of the world's glaciers are losing mass — and at an accelerated pace, according to a new study published Wednesday that could impact future projections for ice loss. The study in the science journal Nature provides one of the most wide-ranging overviews yet ...
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This year's decline was especially fast between Aug. 31 and Sept. 5, thanks to warm air coming off a heat wave in Siberia almost certainly caused by climate change.
With climate change driving up Arctic temperatures, the once-solid sea ice cover has been shrinking to stark, new lows in recent years.