Arctic Ice Melt Doubles Risk of Frigid Eurasian Winters, Study Findsby The Daily Eye Team November 3 2014, 5:57 pm Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 24 secs
Global warming-related sea ice melt in a portion of the vast Arctic Ocean has doubled the risk of colder and snowier winters in Eurasia since 2004, a new study found. The study is the latest in a spate of recent research to examine the ties between rapid Arctic warming and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere.
Much of that research is still highly contentious in the mainstream climate science community. Here is what scientists agree on: