ABC gets the facts wrong on Antarctic sea ice in this report...
Arctic sea ice is smallest size on record over northern winter
At the other end of the planet, the NSIDC said earlier this month that
sea ice around Antarctica was the fourth-smallest for summer. Climate
scientists say the apparently contradictory trend may be tied to
changing winds and currents.
What NSIDC actually said:
By sharp contrast, sea ice in Antarctica was at satellite-era record
high daily levels for much of 2014. On September 22, 2014, Antarctic ice
extent reached 20.11 million square kilometers (7.76 million square
miles). This was the first year in the modern satellite record that
Antarctic ice extent climbed above 20 million square kilometers (7.72
million square miles).
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