This is referring to the end of Summer of 2010 when late summer temperatures remained higher than normal and melted a larger potion of ice than usual. The result was the third lowest minimum of ice on record in the Arctic. This has been a pattern in the past 32 years of recording ice levels in the Arctic. It has been moving in a significant downward trend of about 10% per year. This rapid melting is thought by most scientists to be a response to a changing climate.
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