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What happens in the arctic doesn’t stay in the arctic

Documento - junio 7, 2016
Abrupt climate change is defined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as a large-scale change in the climate system that takes place over a few decades or less, persists (or is anticipated to persist) for at least a few decades and causes substantial disruptions in human and natural systems.

This ‘abrupt climate change’ era is now a reality for us all. Arctic ice, the northern cryosphere, is an integral part of the earth’s climate systems and has undergone rapid changes over the last century.