Maximum Arctic sea ice extent 2008-2019

Maximum Arctic sea ice extent from March 2008 to March 2019 (in million square kilometers)*

by T. Wang, last edited Apr 15, 2019
Maximum Arctic sea ice extent 2008-2019 This statistic represents the maximum Arctic sea ice extent from March 2008 to March 2019. On March 13, 2019, the maximum Arctic sea ice extent reached about 14.78 million square kilometers of the Arctic Ocean surface. This was the seventh lowest in the satellite record, with below-average ice conditions almost everywhere.
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Maximum Arctic sea ice extent from March 2008 to March 2019 (in million square kilometers)*

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March ofExtent in million square kilometers
201914.78
201814.48
201714.42
201614.52
201514.54
201414.8
201315.13
201215.24
201114.64
201015.25
200915.14
200815.21
March ofExtent in million square kilometers
201914.78
201814.48
201714.42
201614.52
201514.54
201414.8
201315.13
201215.24
201114.64
201015.25
200915.14
200815.21
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by T. Wang, last edited Apr 15, 2019
This statistic represents the maximum Arctic sea ice extent from March 2008 to March 2019. On March 13, 2019, the maximum Arctic sea ice extent reached about 14.78 million square kilometers of the Arctic Ocean surface. This was the seventh lowest in the satellite record, with below-average ice conditions almost everywhere.
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