The 'Skinny' on Antarctic Sea Ice

Kirsty Tinto
November 01, 2012

Earth Institute | Columbia University

Sea ice in the northern regions has been reducing at dramatic rates over the last decade, setting a new record just this year, but the story in the south is not so clear.

Read the blog post here.

Bellinghausen sea ice labeled to show open water (dark areas), dark grey ice (less than 15 cm thick) and thicker light grey ice. Photo: NASA ATM