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Trends in Sea Ice Melt Season
Figure 11.2National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Patrick C. Taylor
This figure appears in chapter 11 of the Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I report.
A 35-year trend in arctic sea ice melt season length, in days per decade, from passive microwave satellite observations, illustrating that the sea ice season has shortened by more than 60 days in coastal Alaska over the last 30 years. (Figure source: adapted from Parkinson 20144f7e6abb-fcdf-4e2d-817c-f2ae8fa4a6c2 ).
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