Why is Arctic ice getting younger and thinner?

Video. Why is Arctic ice getting younger and thinner?

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Temperatures in parts of the Arctic were six degrees or more above average in February. Researchers are observing that the ice is thinning rapidly - and models predict that ice-free Arctic summers are on the horizon. In this special edition Climate Now reports from a -24C freezer in Tromsø, Norway.

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