Rower’s Path To The Beaufort Sea Blocked With Ice

Wind is blowing large amounts of ice (red below) into the intended path of the rowers.

ScreenHunter_25 Jul. 12 17.06

EOSDIS Worldview (Alpha)

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15 Responses to Rower’s Path To The Beaufort Sea Blocked With Ice

  1. hazze says:

    Musr be driftwood..they said it was driftwood..why would they lie ? 🙂

  2. RCM says:

    Ice blocking the Northwest passage? I’m shocked, shocked!

  3. MODIS_Terra using 7-2-1 correction has a much better view if one isn’t trying to pass off clouds as ice.
    http://earthdata.nasa.gov/labs/worldview/?map=-2375712,-201790.600356,-2035232,-7230.600356&products=baselayers,MODIS_Aqua_CorrectedReflectance_Bands721~overlays,arctic_coastlines_3413,arctic_graticule_3413&time=2013-07-12&switch=arctic

    It’s getting old Steve, the only ones you are fooling with your “ice clouds” are the members of your illiterati.

  4. Sundance says:

    My first Rorschach test response to this photo was that it was blow torch heating. But I’m completely wasted from drinking too much Brawndo so that may be why I see what I see and suddenly have the urge to wind surf my way to the North Pole in my Speedos with all that warm open water up there. 🙂

  5. Andy DC says:

    Maybe they can get there by snow board.

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