Ice Pulling Away From The Siberian Coast

Over the past week, southerly winds have pulled the ice away from the Siberian Coast. Hopefully no Polar Bears were straddling the fracture at the time it broke off.

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6 Responses to Ice Pulling Away From The Siberian Coast

  1. Al Gored says:

    Amazing image series. Thanks.

  2. Anything is possible says:

    The return of Masters’ missing ice cube!

    We’re all doomed!

  3. Mike Davis says:

    There is positive evidence of wind’s contribution to ice extent but absolutely no evidence of any Global Warming signature.
    This is a good example of an old saying: Shit Happens!

  4. AndyW says:

    Nice time lapse there.

  5. whsmith says:

    Don’t woory about the polar bears. They can readily swim more than 100 km.

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