Recent reports have shown changes to ice in the Arctic and the Antarctic. In the Arctic, the sea ice has reached its annual maximum, and this is likely to be the lowest on record. In the Antarctic, new research has suggested that the ice here is melting more quickly than expected.
- National Snow & Ice Data Center: Arctic sea ice reaches lowest maximum extent on record
- Climate News Network: Shrinking of ice shelves raises sea level concerns
- The Conversation: Shrinking of Antarctic ice shelves is accelerating
- Carbon Brief: Antarctic ice shelf thinning is accelerating, reveals new study/