What can the CIA do to monitor sea ice that scientists are unable to do?



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    The CIA doesn’t really monitor sea ice, they are more in the business of monitoring threats to national security. In the United States, the EPA handles environmental issues. The advantage they have over scientists (which is difficult to say because the EPA has scientists, and some private scientists do have a lot of resources to work with) would be that it has the governments extensive budget to undertake larger projects than private companies. 

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