April 6 Global Sea Ice Area Sixth Highest On Record

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http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.global.anom.1979-2008

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11 Responses to April 6 Global Sea Ice Area Sixth Highest On Record

  1. bigdave1583 says:

    Wow!! That’s crazy!!!

  2. Chewer says:

    But, rowing season is near 😉

  3. geran says:

    6th highest? Unless it is FIRST, it is due to global warming.
    (Where did I put the sarc tag?)

  4. ccglea says:

    What is the source of this data?

    • David A says:

      see the link below the graph, and yes, it is true. It is the only time in the record of three consecutive years in a row having above average global ice.

      • PJ London says:

        Check 1990 – 1992, are you a “warmist”, or do you just have difficulty with statistics?

        • statistical nightmare says:

          A quick eyeball at the graph shown would seem to indicate that the average in 1990-1992 could have been high enough to discount those years. Don’t forget that the average will change with each new piece of data.

          S.N.

      • ccglea says:

        Sorry I missed that. Thanks! Interisting data. I want to cite the source when I use this with my warmest associates.

  5. Alec, aka daffy duck says:

    This may sound silly at first…sea ice stats should be published at the equinoxes and solstices and the cross quarters in between …
    There is science in the equinoxes and solstices and there is no science in our made up calendar which includes months named after roman emperors

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