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Sea Ice Burning Up

Sunset on Arctic Sea Ice, Fram Strait, between Greenland and Svalbard, September 2009. In August 2012, Arctic sea ice hit a record minimum - this will affect weather and the global climate, as the ice cap reflects much of the sun's solar energy back into to space. With sea ice melting away, the dark water below absorbs more solar energy, which in turn causes more melting. This mage can be licensed via Millennium Images. Contact me for more details, or email mail@milim.com For prints, contact me, or click "add to cart" to some standard print options.

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Filename
_MG_4796-arctic_sea_ice20090915.jpg
Copyright
2009 Dave Walsh
Image Size
3689x5534 / 9.6MB
Contained in galleries
Svalbard & the Arctic, Arctic Sea Ice, Icebergs and Ice, The Current Climate, Millennium Images, Weather and Strange Things Seen in the Skies, Greenland and the Arctic
Sunset on Arctic Sea Ice, Fram Strait, between Greenland and Svalbard, September 2009. In August 2012, Arctic sea ice hit a record minimum - this will affect weather and the global climate, as the ice cap reflects much of the sun's solar energy back into to space. With sea ice melting away, the dark water below absorbs more solar energy, which in turn causes more melting. This mage can be licensed via Millennium Images. Contact me for more details, or email mail@milim.com For prints, contact me, or click "add to cart" to some standard print options.