66% Increase In Arctic Sea Ice Over 2012

Green shows ice present in 2013 which was not present on this date in 2012. Red shows the opposite.

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Arctic Sea-Ice Monitor

Arctic ice extent is the highest since 2006

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COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

The Arctic melt season is effectively over.

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arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.anom.1979-2008

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14 Responses to 66% Increase In Arctic Sea Ice Over 2012

  1. hazze says:

    If my coastline was ised down like that ill be pissed off…crap…ice is a bad thing.

  2. Andy DC says:

    That is a remarkable one year recovery. While all the alarmists were saying this was going to be another bad year for Arctic ice, you were saying there was going to be a big recovery. Congratulations!

  3. norilsk says:

    Quick, somebody call Al Gore or David Suzuki!

  4. Martin says:

    The green line is 2006 ?

  5. Scott Scarborough says:

    I would assume that the green line in the second graph is the linear regression of the data presented in the graph.

  6. Scott Scarborough says:

    Also, the X axis is mislabeled. It says “year”. It should say “date” (for this year – 2013)

  7. Hugh K says:

    Bad scenario for the Northern Hemisphere…..setting up for a cold winter.

  8. Chewer says:

    Repeating the 1919-1948 era would seem to be quite normal…

  9. Shelley says:

    How to get the number 66%?

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