Visualizing The Arctic Meltdown

Melt season length is getting sharply shorter. Since 2005, the Arctic melt season length has dropped by almost twenty days.

www.ijis.iarc.uaf.edu/seaice/extent/plot.csv

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12 Responses to Visualizing The Arctic Meltdown

  1. MFKBoulder says:

    Still missing your date with the optometrist?

    (Our bet is running alteady).

  2. MFKBoulder says:

    here the Max trendline (which is horsefeathers anyway): y = -22641x + 1E+07

  3. johnmcguire says:

    One thing we can count on is change , the ice will be what it will be and I’ll accept and adapt to what nature brings . The ant who prepares usually survives . I could handle a lot more co2 and warm ( although I’m pretty sure co2 lags warm ) easier than I can handle cold . My gardens are producing very well this year . I believe this year is close to what I think of as normal although maybe a little cooler as crops seem to be about a week behind some of the past years but earlier by far than last year. You folks that live the fast paced city life chaseing the dollar are missing some of lifes best offerings . Our winter squash are sizing well and we have five varieties to store for the winter this year . Baked squash , squash soup with garlic and onions , squash and venison what blessings . If you are looking for squash that will keep all winter then delicata is the first choice as it will store through the winter clear to august if need be as long as you have a cool dry storage room. It is very sweet and tasty even when stored for many months. Well it will be interesting to see what the ice extent minimum reaches , as long as we get the truth about it.

  4. tckev says:

    An excellent graphical representation of the greenhouse effect.

    Just look at all that extra warming.

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