Meltdown Alert : Global Sea ice Area Above Normal For The Past Two Years

Highly paid experts tell us that sea ice is rapidly disappearing, which explains why global sea ice area has been averaging above normal for the past two years.

ScreenHunter_4489 Nov. 11 08.47 http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.global.anom.1979-2008

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2 Responses to Meltdown Alert : Global Sea ice Area Above Normal For The Past Two Years

  1. Dmh says:

    This happened during solar maximum of the present cycle C24 (2012-2014), and because it will probably be a long cycle, it’s reasonable to expect the trend to continue at least until the beginning of the 2020’s…

    • stewart pid says:

      At which time the AMO is expected to revert to it’s cold phase and all bets are off on reduced sea ice in the Barents and Kara seas.

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