Arctic Warmed 10 Degrees Between 1900 And 1947

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9 Responses to Arctic Warmed 10 Degrees Between 1900 And 1947

  1. gator69 says:

    “A paper published last month in the journal Climate Dynamics finds that “The Antarctic sea ice extent (SIE) shows an increased trend during 1979–2009, with a trend rate of 1.36 ± 0.43% per decade. Ensemble empirical mode decomposition analysis shows that the rate of the increased trend has been accelerating in the past decade.”

  2. Lance says:

    couldn’t have happened….it was before 1950…

  3. Ill wind blowing says:

    Nope. More like 5.6F from c1902 to c 1943.

    This is what real science as opposed to newspaper clippings has to say:

    Click to access ACT%203_ARCTIC%20HEAT%20WAVE.pdf

    Please notice the Global Temperatures for the same period.

  4. Ill wind blowing says:

    Correction on the above.

    “More like 5.6F from c1902 to c 1943.”

    The above implies a trend but there is no trend; only a comparison between 2 years. Therefore, my statement above should be corrected to:

    “More like 5.6F when the year c1902 is compared to c1943”

    For an actual trend between 1900 and 1940; as well as 1900 through the present, see the link below.

    • J Calvert N says:

      That WFT link is a global trend. Up to this point the focus of this post has been on Arctic temps.

      • It’s a shame that some people just can’t seem to grasp the difference between the Arctic and the entire globe. Why it seems like only last week we were being lectured that North America isn’t the globe when it turned out that the weather patterns in North America weren’t going through any unusual disruption. You would almost think it was an elaborate joke if it turned out that the same person also couldn’t distinguish fiction from non-fiction.

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