One cold summer can allow a significant Arctic sea ice rebound

In the Arctic, the area covered by sea ice that survives through the summer has been on a downward trend for as long as we've been monitoring it. But the area of ocean covered by ice only tells part of the story. Some of that ice is relatively thin, having only formed during the previous winter. Other areas have thick ice that has built up over several years and is more likely to survive through the summer.

Getting a grip on the ice thickness throughout the Arctic has been a challenge....

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