Antarctic sea ice recently reached an all-time record wintertime low, scientists from the National Snow and Ice Data Center ...
"The Antarctic sea ice coverage dropped and has largely remained lower than normal. Over the past seven years, we've had three record lows ... to the 2023 all-time low of 691,000 square miles ...
Following an all-time low maximum in September 2023, Antarctic sea ice has been tracking at near-record-low extent for the past six months. Last month, it hit its 2024 minimum extent, tying with 2022 ...
Low snow cover in North America and record low levels of Antarctic sea ice. If last month being the planet’s hottest February — the ninth month in a row that a monthly record tumbled ...
The total Antarctic sea ice coverage in 2023 was the lowest on record, according to multiple sources and confirmed again by the WMO on Tuesday—Arctic sea ice coverage did not reach a record low ...
Their forecast indicated that Antarctic sea ice would remain close to historical lows in February 2024, but there was less indication of it reaching a new record low. The predicted sea ice area ...
with Arctic sea ice extent well below normal and Antarctic sea ice at an absolute record low. "(Antarctic) Ice extent was at a record low for the time of year from June till early November ...
Meanwhile, Antarctic sea-ice extent reached an absolute record low for the satellite era (since 1979) in February 2023 and remained at record low for the time of year from June till early November.
Greenhouse gas levels, surface temperatures, ocean heat and acidification, sea level rises ... and ocean temperatures, ice in the Antarctic reached a record low since records began in 1979.
Glaciers monitored since 1950 lost the most ice on record. Antarctic sea ice retreated to its lowest ... opportunities that arise due to the low-cost renewables at our disposal, to decarbonize ...