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    The Climate Reality Project

    • NancE Pearson

      The sea ice atop the Arctic Ocean can look more like swiss cheese or a bright coastal wetland. ~ forgive us, nature, we know not what we do!!!

    • Felipe Hefler

      Crew members from the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Healy take measurements of sea ice off of Barrow, Alaska as part of their ongoing ICESCAPES study looking at the impact of climate change on the Arctic and Pacific Oceans.  (Photo: NASA via The Guardian)

    • Carol Willey

      ICESCAPES study looking at the impact of climate change on the Arctic and Pacific Oceans.  (Photo: NASA via The Guardian)

    • Frontier Scientists

      ICESCAPE scientists atop sea ice and melt ponds in the Chukchi Sea. Impacts of Climate change on the Eco-Systems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment, or ICESCPE Mission, is a multi-year NASA shipborne project in the Arctic. / Courtesy NASA Earth Observatory

    • Mark DeLaurier

      New edition of National Geographic's atlas shows the loss of Arctic sea ice to global warming.

    • Mother Nature

      5 places already feeling the effects of climate change #science #climatechange #environment

    • Ella Frances Sanders

      Arctic Sea Ice by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr. Oh look, it's melting.

    • April Thomason

      Watch your step. Arctic Sea Ice (by NASA Goddard Photo and Video).

    • Cody Stonerock

      The arctic - Ponds on the Ocean - photo from NASA, via Flickr.

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