Slowest Arctic Melt Season Since 2006

The area of sea ice lost from March 17 to June 17 is the smallest since 2006

ScreenHunter_9630 Jun. 22

Arctic sea ice has been tracking 2006 for the past three years

ScreenHunter_9628 Jun. 22 05.31 Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Arctic sea ice is the thickest it has been since 2006.

Bpiomas_plot_daily_heff.2sst (6) Bpiomas_plot_daily_heff.2sst.png (2488×1960)

The melt season in Greenland is just getting started, over a month late. Greenland’s surface has gained 550 billion tons of ice since September, and there is only six weeks left to the melt season.

ScreenHunter_9631 Jun. 22 05.57 Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

You won’t hear about any of this from climate experts or the press, because they are paid to produce propaganda – not do science.

ScreenHunter_9634 Jun. 22 06.04 BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’ B4BW0yICIAAPJQB Gore: Polar ice cap may disappear by summer 2014


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5 Responses to Slowest Arctic Melt Season Since 2006

  1. rah says:

    Yes, It seems that Global Warming has moved away from the Arctic for a time and taken up residence in California and India. But don’t tell Jim that!

    How are those NW passage voyages doing these days?

  2. Pathway says:

    If you take away the outliers of 1980 and 1990 this year appears to be in the middle of the pack for arctic ice thickness.

  3. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    They can’t hide everything but they will try!

  4. Brian H says:

    But, is it a trend? >:p

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