Arctic Ice Extent Now Above 2005 Levels – Second Highest In The DMI Record

From DMI –

http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php

30% ice extent is now just below 2006.

Blink comparator showing ice growth over the past week. More than 5,000 Manhattans of new ice have formed – one new Manhattan of ice every two minutes.


http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/CT/animate.arctic.color.0.html

That is even faster than environmentalists wish to destroy it.


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4 Responses to Arctic Ice Extent Now Above 2005 Levels – Second Highest In The DMI Record

  1. Peter Plail says:

    Is this rapid change another example of wind dispersing the ice? The apparent density seems to have decreased from the earlier date in your blink comparator.

    Presumably the same effect which compacted the ice to give the unusually higher density and significantly lower extent that (temporarily) obscured the arctic ice recovery this year.

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