Alaskan And Norwegian Glaciers Lost Half Their Mass Between 1900 And 1950


The glaciers of Norway and Alaska are only half the size they were 50 years ago. The temperature around Spitsbergen has so modified that the sailing time has lengthened from three to eight months of the year 

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18 Feb 1952 – POLAR ICE THAW INCREASING GLACIERS SAID TO [?] M…

This occurred during the 1910 to 1940 warming which Hansen has tried to erase.

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5 Responses to Alaskan And Norwegian Glaciers Lost Half Their Mass Between 1900 And 1950

  1. Phil Jones says:

    Steve.. What are the sources for this original and Hansen “normalized” Reykjavik data??

  2. T.O.O. says:

    Not this again.
    Are you going to claim once more that it it is a “fact” that one man has cataloged hundreds of thousands of glaciers in the time before satellites and determined half the glacial ice has melted?

  3. Henry Clark says:

    Data not modified by Hansen/CRU leads to striking results:

    Non-fudged data makes variation in temperature, glacial extent, sea level rise, humidity at appropriate altitude, and cloud cover much more fit solar/GCR forcing variation, over time periods ranging from centuries back to the last few years, as illustrated in http://img176.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=81829_expanded_overview_122_424lo.jpg

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