Daily Archives: June 20, 2011

2011 Ice Continues To Track 2006

I don’t think that extent is very meaningful this time of year, but FWIW 2011 is tracking 2006 very closely. 2006 had the second highest summer minimum in the JAXA record. http://www.ijis.iarc.uaf.edu/seaice/extent/AMSRE_Sea_Ice_Extent.png

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Julienne Stroeve’s New Paper

Julienne Stroeve from NSIDC sent her recent paper over, which she wrote in conjunction with Mark Serreze and others. Here is the abstract and link to the full document. Abstract The sequence of extreme September sea ice extent minima over … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Gives The EPA Thumbs Up To Destroy The US Economy

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has blocked a federal lawsuit by states and conservation groups trying to force cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. The court said Monday that the authority to seek reductions in emissions rests with … Continue reading

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Shock News For Jeff Masters : Snow Is Caused By Cold!

The Colorado River is flowing into Lake Powell at a record rate, and has increased by 10X over the last decade. This correlates with plummeting winter temperatures in Colorado, which are dropping at a rate of more than 50 degrees … Continue reading

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No Melting On The Greenland Ice Sheet

ftp://ftp.aviso.oceanobs.com/ Some years, alarmists love to pull out a map of “Greenland melt days.” Last year Greenland was surrounded by warm water, which led to a record number of melt days. You won’t be seeing that map this year, because … Continue reading

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Summer Starts In Colorado With Heavy Snow


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Obama’s Mentor Having Problems

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — While President Hugo Chavez has been recovering from pelvic surgery in Cuba, his troubles at home in Venezuela have been accumulating. On top of 23 percent inflation and growing government debt, worsening blackouts have emerged as … Continue reading

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