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Climate Change melts ice and glaciers in Arctic

NORWAY- JULY 19: A view of fiords as they melt due to climate change near Svalbard Islands, in the Arctic Ocean in Norway on July 19, 2022. Turkish scientists shed light on the unknown future of the world by monitoring global climate change, following the sea ice and glaciers that provide the world's heat balance and decreasing every year within the scope of the 2nd National Arctic Scientific Research Expedition. Approximately 1.5 million square kilometers of sea ice has melted in the arctic region, which is the most heated by the effects of global climate change and the studies with satellite data since 1970 indicate that ice is decreasing every year. (Photo by Ozge Elif Kizil/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Climate Change melts ice and glaciers in Arctic
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1242451960
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Anadolu Agency
Date created:
August 12, 2022
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