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Sea Ice in the Arctic Ocean, as seen from the International Space Station on May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Reed
The Norwegian Polar Institute said in a study that there were about 50 stations that were regularly reporting measurements, but that about 30 percent were not reachable.
Skepticism about the study has arisen because it is based on data measured at only half of the stations considered part of the ice sheet, and only from January-February.
“The data quality varies between stations, but (the Norwegian researchers) are working hard to make improvements,” said Jay Zwally, the U.S. Navy’s top scientist on Arctic ice and a contributor to the report.
After reaching a 20-year high in late 2017, Arctic sea ice — made up of both snow and thin multi-year ice — has been melting at an increasing rate and coverage is projected to reach a record low by mid-century.
While forecasts for the beginning of the summer melting season have been revised downward as the ice extent decreases, the overall trend is clear, said Zwally, president of the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado.
“We’re still in a period where sea ice is decreasing,” he said.
Arctic sea ice extent fell to 3.6 million square kilometers (1.4 million square miles) in March, the smallest coverage since satellite records began in 1979, according to the latest U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data.
With weather patterns changing, the melt could cause a rise in sea level rise of nearly 2 millimeters a year.
“These are major changes,” said Arvid Wold Pedersen, director of the Norwegian Polar Institute’s Sea Ice Research Centre, which carried out the study.
“So we need more stations,” he told Reuters by phone.
Drilling for such stations has gotten under way in the