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finding 33.11 : arctic-sea-ice-declined-rapidly
Summer Arctic sea ice extent, volume, and thickness have declined rapidly, especially north of Alaska. Permafrost temperatures are rising and the overall amount of permafrost is shrinking. Melting of land- and sea-based ice is expected to continue with further warming.
This finding is from chapter 33 of Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment.
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