Arctic sea ice reaches record low, Nasa says The Arctic has lost more sea ice this year than at any time since satellite records began in Nasa says. Scientists involved in the calculations say it is part of a fundamental change.
Poles apart: satellites reveal why Antarctic sea ice grows as Arctic melts
Two weeks after a new record was set in the Arctic Ocean for the least amount of sea ice coverage in the satellite record, the ice surrounding Antarctica reached its annual winter maximum—and set a record for a new high
Melting Sea Ice Makes Arctic Drilling a Risky Business - Sea ice melting partly because of human-caused climate change could open previously inaccessible Arctic Ocean waters to expanded oil drilling, but the risks of drilling there will be extremely high.
Arctic Sea Ice Hits a Record Minimum: A new NASA image based on satellite data shows that the extent of Arctic sea ice in September 2012 has hit a new record minimum, compared with the average minimum extent for the past 30 years.
Snow and Arctic sea ice extent plummet suddenly as globe bakes