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Rotten sea ice at over 80 degrees North off the north coast of Svalbard. Climate change is causing sea ice to retreat rapidly. The latest science predicts that the Arctic will be completely ice free in the summer around 2054. The sea ice broke up very early around Svalbard in 2013.


The Arctic is changing rapidly, with profound implications for social and ecological systems. SEI research seeks to understand the drivers, and implications, of these changes.

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