The latest Arctic Report Card compiled by 63 scientists around the world and published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) raises some serious concerns about global warming. NOAA updates the report annually. This year’s observations showed excess summer ice melting in Greenland, record high temperatures in Alaska, and below average snow cover across the Arctic.
Arctic warming will have a broader impact
The annual report was released on Wednesday in San Francisco. Craig McLean of NOAA said that the Arctic warming will have a broader impact on global security, climate and trade. The report revealed that air temperature in the Arctic is getting warmer compared to the 30-year average. Air temperatures are considered driver and indicator of regional as well as global changes.
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