ARCTIC 2012

  • September 12th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 10th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. View of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 11th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 11th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. View of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 13th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 11th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 11th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 13th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 12th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 14th, 2012. Arctic Ocean.A young polar bear (Ursus maritimus) wanders on an ice floe near the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise ship, during an expedition to document the lowest sea ice level on record. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 12th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. Aerial view of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from a helicopter launched off the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.
  • September 10th, 2012. Arctic Ocean. View of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from the Greenpeace MY Arctic Sunrise. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.

View of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean from September 10-14. According the the National Snow and Ice Data Center, on September 16th, the sea ice covered only 1.32 million square miles, or 24 percent, of the Arctic Ocean, the lowest amount ever recorded.