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Dire Warnings Issued on Diminishing Arctic Icei
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Peter Fedynsky
September 21, 2012 9:28 PM
The extent of Arctic sea ice this week shrunk to a new low in the era of satellite record-keeping that began in 1979. VOA New York correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports the increased expanse of water near the top of the world could have implications for global shipping, wildlife and even international diplomacy.

Dire Warnings Issued on Diminishing Arctic Ice

Peter Fedynsky

Published September 21, 2012

The extent of Arctic sea ice this week shrunk to a new low in the era of satellite record-keeping that began in 1979. VOA New York correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports the increased expanse of water near the top of the world could have implications for global shipping, wildlife and even international diplomacy.


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