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Arctic Sea Ice Extent Same As 40 Years Ago


Arctic Sea Ice Extent Same As 40 Years Ago

NSIDC cleverly starts their graphs in 1978, the year of peak Arctic ice. This creates the impression that there is a linear downwards trend. Index of /DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/data/ What NSIDC is hiding is that there were satellite measurements much earlier than 1978, which showed that 1978 was the peak ice extent. The graph below is from […]

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