[Vision2020] NSIDC 2017: Lowest January sea Ice extent in the 38-year satellite record.

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Tue Feb 7 20:14:13 PST 2017

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2017 Ushers in Record Low Extent

Record low daily Arctic ice extents continued through most of January 2017,
a pattern that started last October. Extent during late January remained
low in the Kara, Barents and Bering Seas. Southern Hemisphere extent also
tracked at record low levels for January; globally, sea ice cover remains
at record low levels.

Arctic sea ice extent for January 2017 averaged 13.38 million square
kilometers (5.17 million square miles), the lowest January extent in the
38-year satellite record. This is 260,000 square kilometers (100,000 square
miles) below January 2016, the previous lowest January extent, and 1.26
million square kilometers (487,000 square miles) below the January 1981 to
2010 long-term average.
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