Arctic

Why is the Arctic warming faster than other parts of the world? Scientists explain

Amplification is primarily caused by melting ice — a process that is increasing in the Arctic at a rate of 13% per decade. Image: Unsplash/Melissa Bradley

Steve Turton

Adjunct Professor of Environmental Geography, CQ University Australia

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