QQ.0222-09: Thawing slabs of sea ice in summer. blue with icicles. Northwest Greenland.    © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Iceberg in summer, Northwest Greenland - © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

floating cap of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean

Graphic: Arctic sea ice loss

350.org infosnap; one of many scary facts about climate change usatoday.com

Senate Republicans fiddle while world warms: Our view

Arctic sea ice volume has declined by since 1980 - what this does to our sea levels and farmland could be catastrophic

Spectacular but super rare weather phenomena…I never knew this happens on our planet!

Spectacular but super rare weather phenomena鈥 never knew this happens on our planet!

Ice breaking apart at sea in Iceland//

in my Iceland series. Icebergs that have taken thousands of years to get to the sea being washed away into nothing by the salt. The beaches in Iceland are mainly volcanic and black.

Watching desperate polar bears searching for ice is truly heartbreaking

Watching desperate polar bears searching for ice is truly heartbreaking

GoPro: Polar Bears - The Quest for Sea Ice Take a. - GoPro: Polar Bears - The Quest for Sea Ice Take a swim with a polar bear family as they traverse the Arctic Ocean in search of sea ice. To learn more about the Arctic Exploration Fund.

Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches New Maximum Extent by earthobservatory.nasa.gov: Two weeks after a new record was set in the Arctic Ocean for the least amount of sea ice coverage in the satellite record, the ice surrounding Antarctica reached its annual winter maximum—and set a record for a new high. Sea ice extended over 7.51 million square miles in 2012. The previous record of 7.49 million square miles was set in 2006. #Antarctica #Sea_Ice #NASA

Two weeks after a new record was set in the Arctic Ocean for the least amount of sea ice coverage in the satellite record, the ice surrounding Antarctica reached its annual winter maximum—and set a record for a new high

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The power of an air/water Elemental. Water from their Chinese zodiac aids them in being able to turn water to ice.

Possible chair color: BEHR Premium Plus 5-gal. #P450-1 Sea Ice Satin Enamel Interior Paint - 705005 - The Home Depot

BEHR Premium Plus 5-gal. #P450-1 Sea Ice Satin Enamel Interior Paint

Winds from Siberia reduce Arctic sea ice cover, Norwegian researchers find

Winds from Siberia reduce Arctic sea ice cover, Norwegian researchers find

Under the Sea Ice Cube Tray - Silicone Mold by Kikkerland The Under the Sea Ice Tray makes 7 ice cubes shaped either like a whale, fish, turtle, dolphin, octopus or seahorse. This blue, 100% silicone

Under the Sea Ice Cube Tray - Silicone Mold by Kikkerland

Under the Sea Ice Cube Tray - Silicone Mold by Kikkerland The Under the Sea Ice Tray makes 7 ice cubes shaped either like a whale, fish, turtle, dolphin, octop

Antarctic sea ice hits record levels as it reaches 20 MILLION square kilometers for time time since records began in 1979 *Now covers more of the southern oceans than it has since scientists began records in 1979 *Single-day maximum extent this year was reached on Sept. 20 when the sea ice covered 7.78 million square miles

Sea ice surrounding Antarctica reaches record levels

Sea ice surrounding Antarctica reached a new record high extent this year, covering more of the southern oceans than it has since scientists began a long-term satellite record to map the extent in the late

Next to penguins, polar bears are the most amazing animals that manage to survive in the coldest places on earth. They live in extreme conditions even with the sea ice melting and the waters ...

25 Fascinating Little Known Facts About Polar Bears

Next to penguins, polar bears are the most amazing animals that manage to survive in the coldest places on earth. They live in extreme conditions even with the sea ice melting and the waters .

fractal glaciers | young polar bear leaps between drifts of Barents Sea ice in Svalbard ...

A young polar bear leaps between drifts of Barents Sea ice in Svalbard, Norway’s Arctic archipelago. Glacial ice covers more than half of the island chain, which lies 400 miles kilometers) north of the Norwegian mainland. Photograph by Paul Nicklen

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