Arctic Sea Ice Shrinks to Record Low

Aug 17, 2007 By RANDOLPH E. SCHMID, AP Science Writer

(AP) -- There was less sea ice in the Arctic on Friday than ever before on record, and the melting is continuing, the National Snow and Ice Data Center reported.



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