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Alarm as Arctic sea ice not yet freezing

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For the first time since records began, the main nursery of Arctic sea ice in Siberia has yet to start freezing in late October.

The delayed annual freeze in the Laptev Sea has been caused by freakishly protracted warmth in northern Russia and the intrusion of Atlantic waters, say climate scientists who warn of possible knock-on effects across the polar region.

Ocean temperatures in the area recently climbed to more than 5C above average, following a record breaking heatwave and the unusually early decline of last winter’s sea ice.


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Stronger currents, choppier sea, nothing gets frozen. 

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Excellent ! This means they will soon be able to grow wine grapes in Siberia ! :D

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