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Zack Labe Sep 18
sea ice extent has now decreased to less than 4 million km² for only the 2nd time in the satellite record [using the JAXA data set]. The other year was 2012.
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Zack Labe Sep 14
Small decreases in sea ice extent are still ongoing in the . This year is falling very close to 2007 and 2016 in the JAXA data set. We have not reached the minimum yet.
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Zack Labe Sep 20
Well above average temperatures over nearly the entire Ocean so far this September. This is especially found in areas where there is a lack of sea ice cover.
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GO GREEN Sep 14
Replying to @GretaThunberg
This goes beyond a What was predicted to happen by 2090 is happening now - Over past 5 years, 8 to 11% of the globe has already crossed the disaster 2 degree C threshold -Permafrost In Canada Is Thawing 70 Years Ahead of Schedule
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Joss Stone Sep 18
A beautiful horizon and an amazing place. Thank you.
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MOSAiC Expedition Sep 17
With only 3 days left to go before embarks on the largest research expedition the world has ever seen, final logistical preparations will ensure all vital equipment is on board - including the snow groomer. 📸: Kinga Jarzynka
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Luke Coffey Sep 19
China considers itself a "near state" because its nearest geographical point to Arctic Circle is 800 miles. Using this logic the following are also "near Arctic states": 🇰🇿Kazakhstan 🇧🇾Belarus 🇱🇻Latvia 🇱🇹Lithuania 🇪🇪Estonia 🇵🇱Poland 🇩🇪Germany 🇳🇱Netherlands 🇬🇧UK 🇮🇪Ireland
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Rick Thoman Sep 20
Thursday evening the temp dropped to freezing at Utqiaġvik for the first time since June 25th. The 85 days above freezing is by far the longest such streak. Prior to the 1990s it wasn't uncommon for the longest above freezing streak to be <10 days.
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MOSAiC Expedition Sep 19
Only 24 more hours to expedition start - so excited!
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Rick Thoman 4h
The first 8.5 months of 2019 at Utqiaġvik have been almost inconceivably mild. So far the typical 2019 day >8F above 1981-2010 normal with 87% of days warmer than normal. Thru Sep 20 this year is 2.5F warmer than next warmest year (2016).
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Randall Gates Sep 16
The thaw that affects the world- rapidly thawing permafrost isn’t just an issue for the via
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Joss Stone Sep 12
Loving , a small island in the . Hopefully we'll catch a glimpse of the beautiful polar bear. Love and light x
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Joss Stone Sep 13
Our Journey to the
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Sep 14
“This disrespects the Gwich’in Nation + others in the + world who suffer the impacts of + nonstop exploitation, while formally scratching the backs of those who seek to desecrate land + dishonor human rights to fill their pockets."
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MOSAiC Expedition Sep 20
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski Sep 19
I recently spoke to Rhode Island business leaders about not only the differences between Alaska & Rhode Island (AK is 540 times larger!), but also about the importance of building upon our shared connections & working together to address the issues in the evolving region.
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Arctic Council Sep 19
23 years ago to the day, representatives of the eight States signed ✍️ the declaration on the establishment of the Arctic Council - the Ottawa Declaration. Captured here by . Read the document that ever since guides the Council:
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Joss Stone Sep 17
An amazing encounter with mother nature. We saw so much beauty and experienced the most unique landscape that this wonderful world has to offer Thank you @2heartsintheice for bringing us here and showing us the care and love you give to this planet.
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Laura Seddon Sep 19
Intrepid students approaching Steindalsbreen
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PlantATree.urbieta.com 2h
Growing greens in the | DW Documentary , use better insulators in doors,
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