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Arctic Ice Melting - Time Lapse
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Arctic Ice Melting - Time Lapse
The summer melt of Arctic ice opens up nearly three million square miles of ocean and land.


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Posted by nova on July 20, 2011
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Comments

Posted by kimmy on April 28, 2009 at 7:28 pm
The polar region needs to be colder. When I came to Canada, the snow on the ground in Toronto by the end of September, stayed on the ground till the end of March.
Now you would be lucky to see snow in Toronto in the winter.
The climate has changed for the worse.
I now live in Saskatchewan and the winters are what I was used to back then in Toronto and Kitchener.
Posted by kimmy on April 28, 2009 at 7:28 pm
The polar region needs to be colder. When I came to Canada, the snow on the ground in Toronto by the end of September, stayed on the ground till the end of March.
Now you would be lucky to see snow in Toronto in the winter.
The climate has changed for the worse.
I now live in Saskatchewan and the winters are what I was used to back then in Toronto and Kitchener.
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