Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Home Left Column NSIDC on Arctic Sea Ice: ‘A new record low September ice extent...

NSIDC on Arctic Sea Ice: ‘A new record low September ice extent now appears to be unlikely.”

-

NSIDC on Arctic Sea Ice: ‘A new record low September ice extent now appears to be unlikely.”

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/08/07/nsidc-on-arctic-sea-ice-a-new-record-low-september-ice-extent-now-appears-to-be-unlikely

From the National Snow and Ice Data Center. A cool and stormy Arctic in July An extensive area of lower than average temperatures in the Central Arctic and the Siberian coast, attended by persistent low pressure systems in the same region, led to slightly slower than average sea ice decline through the month. The stormy […]

— gReader Pro

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Antarctica might go green say scientists (only 2km of ice and 50C of warming to go)

http://joannenova.com.au/2017/05/antarctica-might-go-green-say-scientists-only-2km-of-ice-and-50c-of-warming-to-go/ More great journalism from The Guardian: Climate change is turning Antarctica green, say researchers Or maybe it isn’t. Check out the brave actual prediction:...

MIT climate scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen’s talks in Prague

By Dr. Lubos Motl Richard Lindzen's talk in Prague Richard Lindzen, prof emeritus at MIT, is the most famous atmospheric physicist among the climate skeptics. I...

Study: Earth is becoming GREENER, not BROWNER due to climate change

Guest essay by Dr. Patrick J. Michaels It’s hard to say how many punny posts we came up with using those words when Carol...