No Correlation Between Arctic Ice And Winter Weather

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Winter snowfall has been increasing for fifty years. The peak year for Arctic ice was the lowest year for winter snowfall.

There is no correlation between Arctic ice  and winter weather.

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4 Responses to No Correlation Between Arctic Ice And Winter Weather

  1. R. Gates says:

    Of course, Steve has apparently never heard of Dr. Jennifer Francis of Rutgers and her study of the relationship between the decline in sea ice and extreme weather events. For those who would like a bit of real science, see:

    It’s a long video, but well worth it.

  2. David says:

    R. Gates says:
    August 25, 2012 at 3:32 pm
    Of course, Steve has apparently never heard of Dr. Jennifer Francis of Rutgers and her study of the relationship between the decline in sea ice and extreme weather events.

    ————————-
    Gates rants on with one study, but there are many showing no increase in storms, droughts heat waves etc. in 1940, after a rapid seven year increases in artic ice, sea and land, there were complaints of corresponding droughts floods extreme weather. Gates is vunlerable to the latestest non science science.

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