WASHINGTON – In September, the sea ice that covers the Arctic Ocean dropped to its lowest levels since 1979, when satellite records began being recorded. The ice melt occurred without any of the unusual weather conditions that were believed to contribute to the last "extreme" melt in 2007.
Host Andrew Hiller spoke with Dr. Mark C. Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, to take a look at the Arctic and ice density.
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