Early Spring Devastates The Arctic

Alaskans already knew what the latest report from the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo., revealed last week: It’s cold up here. The “spring from hell,” or perhaps “the spring that never came,” has now faded as warmer temperatures arrived around much of the state in late May. But in the waters off Alaska, ice has remained stubbornly persistent, much as it did last year.

Arctic summer ice melt continues, but Alaska’s behind the curve | Alaska Dispatch

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3 Responses to Early Spring Devastates The Arctic

  1. Sparks says:

    Is there actualy a trend in this rss tempature chart if the data began from 1980?

    ftp://ftp.ssmi.com/msu/graphics/tlt/plots/rss_ts_channel_tlt_northern%20polar_land_and_sea_v03_3.png

  2. phodges says:

    This article is remarkably still pushing the agenda, and is consequently full of blatant contradictions…and yet still people will believe.

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