In the snow-free summer, September is considered. The researchers’ measurement data confirmed that this is the month with the least sea ice in the Arctic. They also concluded that sea ice in the Arctic has been lower each September every year since 2000.
Researchers have warned that the Arctic will be free of ice every summer for the foreseeable future. This could have dire consequences for communities and ecosystems “inside and beyond the Arctic”.
“This is the first major part of the land that we will lose due to climate change,” said Dirk Notts, author of the report and professor at the University of Hamburg. Watchman.
Notts also notes that scientists have been predicting for years that summers in the Arctic might soon be free of sea ice. “The people did not listen to our warnings.”
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