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Climate Change May Have Claimed A Significant Victim – The Barents Sea

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The Barents Sea, which exists north of Norway, has been a unique marine ecosystem for decades. This is due to the sea's immediate proximity to the Arctic region and the yearly consignment of sea-ice. However, it now seems that a part of the Arctic is too warm to deliver this ice any more. This occurrence may also be responsible for a steady increase in salinity in the Barents. In other words, this sea is becoming more like the Atlantic than the frozen North.

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