In this photo from July 21 last year, researchers look out from the Finnish icebreaker MSV Nordica as the sun sets over sea ice in the Victoria Strait along the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Studies show the Arctic is heating up twice as fast as the rest of the planet. Scientists are concerned because impacts of a warming Arctic may be felt elsewhere.
加拿大北極群島西北航道旁的維多利亞海峽,研究人員在芬蘭破冰船「諾迪卡號」上瞭望海冰上的落日。攝於二○一七年七月二十一日。研究顯示,北極氣溫上升的速度是地球其他地區的兩倍。科學家擔心,其他地方可能會因北極暖化受到影響。Nov 07, 2018


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