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Listed under:  Science  >  Earth and space  >  Geographic location  >  Coordinates (Geographic location)  >  Latitude  >  Polar regions  >  Arctic regions
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Arctic ice melting

What do you think might be causing the big sea ice melt in the Arctic? Is it a natural phenomenon or is something else occurring? Watch this short clip to find out what scientists think is happening to the ice in the Arctic.

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Greenhouse effect tips toward climate catastrophe

Follow the carbon atom, the central character in this story about oil, as it is released as carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and contributes to the greenhouse effect. See how other events like melting glaciers amplify that effect and contribute to an increasingly overheated climate. Learn about what might tip us over ...

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Polar explorer observes Arctic melt, 2009

An Australian polar explorer describes his experience and observations of the Arctic following a three-month expedition around Greenland. Onboard Greenpeace's MV 'Arctic Sunrise' in 2009, Eric Philips saw at firsthand the conditions of the ice in the Arctic. Listen as Eric describes the changes he has seen after many yearly ...

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Arctic sea ice

Can you imagine the Arctic without any ice? In this clip you will voyage into the Arctic and witness the shrinking of the vast sea ice. Scientists use animation to show how the ice has reduced over time, and predict how long before it completely disappears during summer months. Discover some possible implications of this ...

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The Earth's warming

How might the Earth's warming affect humans in the future? In this clip some possible extreme consequences of taking no action on reducing greenhouse emissions are raised.

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Arctic ice melt and sea levels

How might increased melting of Arctic sea ice affect sea levels? Watch this short clip to find out why scientists are concerned by the trend of shrinking sea ice in the Arctic.