How does soot lead to sea ice melting?



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    Soot is black and absorbs heat energy from the sun.  Sea ice is white and normally reflects the sun’s heat radiation.  When there is soot on the ice, it causes the ice to heat up much more than it usually would, and causes it to melt.

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