Alexandra Fiord Autostation data

Greg Henry
The year 1998 was the warmest on record in Canada and globally, with particularly pronounced warming anomalies located over the Canadian Arctic in the spring and fall seasons. This warming had major implications for snow, ice and permafrost (the cryosphere) in the North e.g., open water formed earlier than had been previously observed, sea ice extent in the Canadian Arctic in September was 25% less than the previous recorded minimum, and there was above normal...
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