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Arctic Sea Ice Shrinks As Temperatures Rise

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Arctic Sea Ice Shrinks As Temperatures Rise

While cool August temperatures prevented sea ice in the Arctic from reaching its lowest summer extent on record, 2006 continued a pattern of sharp annual decreases due to rising temperatures probably caused by greenhouse warming, according to University of Colorado at Boulder researchers.
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