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To what extent do the changes in Arctic sea ice extent projected over the next century influence the rates of warming in the Arctic? Does the effect of sea ice loss on surface temperatures change from winter to summer?
To a large extent, humans are responsible for excess greenhouse gases currently contributed to the atmosphere. What will the rates of Arctic warming be if we stabilize and reduce our emissions of greenhouse gases over the next century, versus, continuing with a business-as-usual scenario?