September sea-ice cover in the Arctic Ocean projected to vanish by 2100

@inproceedings{Bo2009SeptemberSC,
  title={September sea-ice cover in the Arctic Ocean projected to vanish by 2100},
  author={Julien Bo{\'e} and Alex Hall and Xin Qu},
  year={2009}
}
Arctic sea-ice cover is changing rapidly. An analysis of 18 state-of-the-art climate models and observed trends in Arctic sea-ice cover over the past three decades indicates that under a scenario of medium future greenhouse-gas emissions, the Arctic Ocean will probably be ice-free in September before the end of the twenty-first century. 

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