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NEWS Alaska Science Forum SAN FRANCISCO - Northern sea ice is at its lowest summer coverage since we've been able to see it from satellites. Greenland experienced its warmest summer in 170 years. Eight of 10 permafrost-monitoring sites in northern Alaska recorded their highest temperatures; the other two tied record highs.

Dramatic report card for the Arctic in 2012

A large chunk of sea ice is seen in this photo.
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A large chunk of sea ice is seen in this photo.
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