Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

Arctic sea ice continues to track 2006, the year with the highest summer extent of the past decade.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Ice thickness is also the highest it has been since 2006.

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The world’s top climate prophets say that the Arctic has been ice-free since 2013.

The Argus-Press – Jun 24, 2008

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The Argus-Press – Google News Archive Search

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013′

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14 Responses to Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

  1. daveandrews723 says:

    “dramatic”, “threatening”, “doom”, “unprecedented”, “catastrophic”, …. are these scientists or writers of sci-fi movies? (keep those grants coming)

  2. Elaine Supkis says:

    They are all Hollywood wannabes.

    Seriously, most of them live in…southern California! NOAA loves Los Angeles. So does NASA.

  3. Jim Hunt says:

    At the risk of repeating myself repeating myself repeating myself repeating myself, a bit more data:

  4. gator69 says:

    At the risk of repeating myself, when will you confront Gore over his ridiculous alarmist statements on a world stage?

    When will you work to help the starving millions by confronting alarmists, and assist in diverting money to where it is desperately needed right now?

  5. smamarver says:

    “Arctic summer ice-free” is too much, really, more than an alarmist news; still, it’s important to analyse what lead to Arctic warming in the past years and to take into consideration the oceanic potential. Here are some interesting ideas on this subject: http://www.arctic-warming.com/?page_id=50.

  6. Andy DC says:

    Meanwhile, alarmists conveniently ignore above normal ice surrounding Antarctica. Worldwide sea ice is very close to long term normals.

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