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University of Colorado Researchers Forecast One In Three Chance of Record Low Sea Ice in 2007


April 19, 2007

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University of Colorado at Boulder researchers are forecasting a one-in-three chance that the 2007 minimum extent of sea ice across the Arctic region will set an all-time record low. Full Story

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