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Greenland’s marine ecosystem is experiencing a radical ‘regime change’
Warming seas and dwindling sea ice are bringing new species to Arctic waters
But with Greenland reaching its highest temperatures in the past 1,000 years, the scene is changing. Arctic sea ice, which is responsible for maintaining cool polar temperatures, is dwindling rapidly. The oldest and thickest of it has declined by 95 percent during three decades of global warming
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