March Record Low Bering Sea Ice Extent

March Record Low Bering Sea Ice Extent

March Record Low Bering Sea Ice Extent

March 2018

Sea ice extent in the Bering Sea remained at the lowest levels of record through March. The average daily ice extent from the National Snow and Ice Data Center database was only 40% of the 1981-2010 normal and by far lower than any year of record. 

Latitude: 
62.00
Longitude: 
-169.00
Kind: 
Sea Ice Changes
Interval: 
Monthly

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