A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins
A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins

Ice caps shrink to new record lows at both ends of the planet

A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins
A computer-generated image by Nasa depicts Arctic sea ice on March 7, 2017, when it hit a record low wintertime maximum extent. Graphic: NASA Goddard; Scientific Visualization Studio, L. Perkins
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