Arctic Ice Caps
A new study shows that the Arctic Ocean has become more acidic as Industry has risen.
A new study based on three models of Arctic ice prediction show that the Arctic could lose much of it's summer ice by 2050 or sooner.
The subject of climate change has been brought up after it became evident the Arctic is become a warmer place.
New pattern shows growth of ice around northern polar ice caps
Scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) have unveiled data showing that Arctic Sea ice cover melted to its minimum extent for 2012 on September 16th. At 1.32 million square miles, this summer's ice cover minimum is the lowest on record.
An environmental group hopes to have both seals added under the protection of the Endangered Species Act.
Absorption of the sun's rays in the Arctic is set to release "the equivalent of about 20 years of CO2 being added by man" to the atmosphere, according ice scientist Professor Peter Wadhams.