Arctic ‘shorefast’ sea ice threatened by climate change, study finds

For people who live in the Arctic, sea ice that forms along shorelines is a vital resource that connects isolated communities and provides access to hunting and fishing grounds. A new study by Brown University researchers found that climate change could significantly reduce this “shorefast ice” in communities across Northern Canada and Western Greenland.

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