‘We packed long underwear and never wore it’: Arctic scientists shocked at warming

Couple finds areas that once required ice-breaking ship have become open water

When the Arctic researchers Jacqueline Grebmeier and Lee Cooper made their annual scientific pilgrimage to frigid seas off Alaska last month, what they found was startling.

Areas that were previously accessible at that time of the year only with an ice-breaking ship had become open, wavy water.

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