2019 Arctic Sea Ice Lowest on Record

Arctic Sea Ice for 2019 Tied for Second Lowest

Arctic Sea Ice

Arctic sea ice lowest on record, this tied with two other years, 2007 and 2016. Recording arctic sea ice levels began in 1970. This tells you that scientists must have been aware of climate change for 50 years.

What is the Artcic Sea Ice?

Arctic sea ice is a vast area of seawater that is frozen and floats on the Arctic Ocean.

It grows each year in the Northern winter and shinks again in the 6 months of Arctic summer.
Historical data now shows that the ice area is less across both seasons in the Arctic. This affects the ecology of the area as a whole. More icebergs are now freed from the main body of ice. Weather patterns change and the ocean currents alter.

Arctic Sea Ice


A quote from climate change senior scientist Claire Parkinson. “This year’s minimum sea ice extent shows that there is no sign that the sea ice cover is rebounding.” This means that the ice amounts will continue to deplete.

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Rising ocean levels will contribute to changes in weather patterns.
Ice melts every summer. We all know that. But the changes in climate mean the ice does not recover fully in the freeze season.
As the 2019 Arctic sea ice lowest on record data shows, we are gripped in a constant loss of ice. Coupled with rising temperatures, extreme weather events will become more frequent.

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