NOAA's 2016 Arctic Report Card: Visual highlights

  • 15 December 2016
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NOAA's 2016 Arctic Report Card: Visual highlights

The Arctic Report Card, released at the annual American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco, is a peer-reviewed report that brings together the work of 61 scientists from 11 nations who report on air, ocean, land and ecosystem changes. It is a key tool used around the world to track changes in the Arctic and how those changes may affect communities, businesses and people. 

View a collection of maps and other images highlighting some of this year's key findings.

 

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