Why Melting Sea Ice Could Lead To New Kinds Of Weather

af | 7. februar 2020 | Arktis/Antarktis, Ekstremvejr

Ice in the Arctic is melting at an unprecedented rate and leading to higher sea levels. But higher temperatures aren’t the only cause. Climate scientist Radley Horton explains how the albedo effect, black carbon, and the jet stream are speeding up the rate of melting in the Arctic. This melting ice could lead to entirely new weather patterns.

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