No Summer This Year In Antarctica?

Antarctica has been experiencing far below normal temperatures for two months. A week from now is when temperatures normally start their rapid decline towards winter.

Meanwhile, Nature Geoscience just published an article about the inevitable “collapse” of an Antarctic ice sheet.



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7 Responses to No Summer This Year In Antarctica?

  1. R. de Haan says:

    So the cooling starts at the SH.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    SMH is onto the glacier study like a polar bear onto a seal. I like this bit:

    Geophysicists Valentina Radic and Regine Hock of the University of Alaska base these calculations on a computer model derived from records for more than 300 glaciers between 1961 and 2004. The model factors in the middle-of-the-road “A1B” scenario for greenhouse-gas emissions…

    So they’ve grafted a glacier model onto the A1B model, which is so far from reality it seems based on fruitloopery, and want us to believe?

  3. Is that -14F/-32F, or -14C/-32F, or Daytime/Nighttime, or is F the same as C or vice-versa, or what? Weather numbers, they’re just so confusing.


  4. Andy Weiss says:

    But all the heat is all concentrated in the hypersensitive habitat of the polar bear! They are all doomed!!!

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