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In February, 1940 near-polar sea ice was two metres thick.

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23 Feb 1940 – THE NORTH POLE. Is it Getting Warmer. | BUNDABER…

Seventy five years later, the Navy reports that near-polar Arctic sea ice is two metres thick.

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There has been no net change in the thickness of Arctic sea ice for 75 years. Government experts call it a “death spiral.”

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