The thickness of Arctic sea ice continues to decline, according to the European Space Agency (ESA)
The conclusion is based on three consecutive years of measurements by ESA’s CryoSat satellite mission. Scientists often measure another factor, sea-ice extent, but ice thickness, the agency says, is a “more accurate” measure of the changes taking place at the top of the world.
Professor Andrew Shephers of the University of Leeds in England told an audience at the Living Planet Symposium in …
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