According to the monthly report published by the European Climate Change Agency of the European Union (EU), the sea ice face measurement average in February was 14.5 in the North Pole Circle. million square kilometers, measured in the South Pole Circle, where the summer season was experienced, was 2.9 square kilometers.
The sea ice face measurement in the Arctic Circle remained 6 percent below the average for February in 1981-2010 and 14 percent in the Arctic Circle.
The effects of global warming and climate change caused by human intervention in recent years have been felt significantly at the poles.
The temperature was measured at 20.7 degrees on 13 February at the Argentinian Esperanza Research Base in Antarctica. This was the highest temperature value ever seen on the continent.