Arctic Sea Ice Extent

12.4Mkm2
-0.4% D
-3.2% W
-11.2% M
-0.8% Y
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Arctic sea ice extent down 0.79% from last year
Ice coverage measures 12.4 million square kilometers, new technologies enhance environmental data accuracy.
Arctic sea ice extent currently measures 12.4M, a decrease of 0.79% compared to the same day last year. New technologies, such as drones, are being used to validate walrus counts from satellite images, which could enhance the accuracy of environmental data collection Drones validate walrus counts in satellite images from space.
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69.71- 0.1% D+ 0% W- 0.5% M+ 0.2% Y
20.95- 0.1% D+ 0% W- 1% M+ 0.4% Y
60.631- 0% D+ 0.5% W+ 2.3% M+ 0.6% Y
15.906- 0% D+ 1.1% W+ 5.1% M+ 1.3% Y
0%0 D- 0 W- 0.7 M- 0.4 Y
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