Melting ice in the Arctic Ocean
Melting ice in the Arctic Ocean is an indicator of climate change and an example of environmental changes in a warming world.
[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grants NSF OPP 1926158, OPP 1735862, OPP 1723308, OPP 1504410, PLR 1304337, OPP 1220032 and PLR 0909330.]
Learn more in the University of Delaware news story A carbon sink shrinks in the Arctic. (Date image taken: July 2016; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Aug. 26, 2020)
Credit: Zhangxian Ouyang, University of Delaware
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