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Portrait of a Meltdown: Many factors led to 2007's record low in Arctic sea ice

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7:23pm, December 18, 2007

A variety of climatological factors converged this year in a perfect storm that dramatically melted the Arctic Ocean's ice cover to a record low. The abrupt downturn could be a harbinger of ice-poor summers for decades to come.

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