Sea Ice Changes
This is an animated visualization of the startling decline of Arctic Sea Ice, showing the minimum volume reached every September since 1979, set on a map of New York with a 10km grid to give an idea of scale. It is clear that the trend of Arctic sea ice decline indicates that it’ll be ice-free for an increasingly large part of the year, with consequences for the climate.
The rate of ice loss in the Arctic is staggering. Since 1979, the volume of Summer Arctic sea ice has declined by more than 80% and accelerating faster than scientists believed it would, or even could melt. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.youtube.com
Thinking about climate change? Watch the video, and read this article: http://robertscribbler.com/2015/08/05/arctic-sea-ice-bounce-wiped-out-as-2015-summer-tracks-third-lowest-on-record/#comments.