Swells of More than 16 Feet in Arctic’s Beaufort Sea Seen

July 30, 2014 1:14 PM

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Scientists have found a new example of global warming. Generally, it is considered for the Arctic Ocean that water is covered with ice most of the time.

But researchers were stunned when they saw swells measuring over 16 feet in the Arctic's Beaufort Sea. As per researchers, swells of such size have the capacity to break the ice in the Arctic quickly. All the credit for the same has been given to rapid global warming.

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