Summers in the arctic are rather short, only lasting from the midpoint of July to the final days of August. During this season, the sun is constantly shining on this region. Scientific researchers have been investigating a topic they term summer warming. Increase in temperature and level of snowmelt has lent to an expansion of the length of summer and additionally a growth spurt of shrubs surviving in the Alaskan lowlands. This heating phenomenon is more often found in lowland tundra areas of the arctic.
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