Published on 6 December 2021
The Arctic is rapidly changing due to climate change. Whilst climate change has had many consequences, one of the effects most highlighted by scientists is the rapid loss of sea ice. According to a recent study in the Nature Communications scientific journal, rain could start to prevail over snow in the region by the end of the century.
Data from Copernicus satellites are a vital resource for expanding our knowledge about climate change.
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on Copernicus' Image of the Day website