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Artic Polar Cap May Be Gone in the Summer of 2008


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OSLO, Feb. 29 (Xinhua) -- The polar cap in the Arctic may well disappear this summer due to the global warming, Dr. Olav Orheim, head of the Norwegian International Polar Year Secretariat, said.









"If Norway's average temperature this year equals that in 2007,the ice cap in the Arctic will all melt away, which is highly possible judging from current conditions," Orheim said.




The Antarctic ice breaker the Snow Dragon taken March 11, 2008

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