Photo: Arctic Melting Linked to Human Causes, Long-Term Review Finds



Satellite photos depict the loss of Arctic ice from 1980 to 2003. According to a new review of decades of satellite imagery and other data, evidence "strongly suggests" the ice loss is caused by human-induced increases in greenhouse gas emissions.

Images courtesy NASA


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