Weather runs hot and cold, so scientists Look to the Arctic sea ice

Amid wild temperature swings, suspicion is focused on the decline of sea ice in the Arctic, believed to be a consequence of the human release of greenhouse gases. The NY Times has this article.

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2 responses to “Weather runs hot and cold, so scientists Look to the Arctic sea ice

  1. I had no idea how to approach this be-nrefoow I’m locked and loaded.

  2. I'm curious to know if these magazines provide responses (e.g. "thanks for you submission, we are considering it…") in addition to results (acceptance or rejection of stories). Do any of them give an initial response or is it just silence until the result?

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