Scientists discover large rift in the Arctic’s last bastion of thick sea ice 

A new study documents the formation of a 3,000-square-kilometer rift in the oldest and thickest Arctic ice. The area of open water, called a polynya, is the first to be identified in an area north of Ellesmere Island, Canada’s northernmost island, and is another sign of the rapid changes taking place in the Arctic, according to researchers.A new study documents the formation of a 3,000-square-kilometer rift in the oldest and thickest Arctic ice. The area of open water, called a polynya, is the first to be identified in an area north of Ellesmere Island, Canada’s northernmost island, and is another sign of the rapid changes taking place in the Arctic, according to researchers.Read More

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