Arctic In Collapse Over The Last 30 Years

Where’s Waldo?

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11 Responses to Arctic In Collapse Over The Last 30 Years

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    We are definitely in the “counting angels on the head of a pin” mode. Doesn’t look too catastrophic.

    It’s already April and it looks like Russia is still about 99% snow covered. Is that unusual?

  2. mike williams says:

    But dont forget..CAGW trick response number 12343.
    “..but just wait in two hundred years..there will be no we must act NOW”


  3. Jimbo says:

    The ice concentration looks impressive. But it will all melt this September due to global warmcolding.

  4. Aldo says:

    The collapse is in MINIMUM, SEPTEMBER ice extent, not in MAXIMUM, MARCH ice extent.

    Which means, you may want to go and find where Waldo SO YOU STOP TALKING ABOUT APPLES WHEN WE’RE TALKING ABOUT ORANGES.

    • NSIDC must have made this press release by accident

      March 23, 2011
      Annual maximum ice extent reached
      Arctic sea ice extent appeared to reach its maximum extent for the year on March 7, marking the beginning of the melt season. This year’s maximum tied for the lowest in the satellite record.

      • Latitude says:

        I hate having to keep pointing this out…
        ..but it tied 2006

        That means nothing has changed in 5 years.

        ..and those 5 years were El Nino

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    In September, we will still be counting angels on the head of a pin!

  6. Lance says:

    I worked up there (High Arctic). Saw the summer melt. Saw the fall freeze.
    Nothing new. I predict the same thing for this year.

    Move along. Nothing New.

  7. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Purple concentration all around

  8. Scott says:

    Did the Baltic Sea get smaller in the last 30 years? All that snow on the land must have taken over sea and now it doesn’t count as sea ice! 😉


  9. noiv11 says:

    Impressive. Now I’m sure deniers get upset when water doesn’t freeze at -30°C any longer. But wait… it’s Fool’s Day.

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