Thursday, September 29, 2005

In a Melting Trend, Less Arctic Ice to Go Around

By ANDREW C. REVKIN
Published: September 29, 2005, New York Times.
One of the most important consequences of Arctic warming will be increased flows of meltwater and icebergs from glaciers and ice sheets, and thus an accelerated rise in sea levels, threatening coastal areas. The loss of sea ice could also hurt both polar bears and Eskimo seal hunters.

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