Global climate freezing change

Global climateFreezing lost more ice than on record, which started in 1979, BBC reports, and citing data from NASA. According to scientists, the changes are primary and threaten global climate change. In addition the level of the sea ice usually reaches its lowest point in September, so it is possible to further declines.

Now the area of the Freezing covered by sea ice is 1.58 million square meters. miles (4.10 million square meters. kilometers). For comparison, in September 2007, the figure was 1.61 million square meters. miles (4.17 million square meters. kilometers). Notes that over the past three decades, the level of ice in the Freezing has decreased by 13%, and decreases not only the area of ice cover – and reduced ice thickness.
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