Arctic Sea Ice Extent Aug 24 2014 – Closing In On 1 Standard Deviation Again

Arctic Sea Ice Extent Aug 24 2014 – -1,024,000 sq km below the 1981-2010 mean. Data for Day 235. Data here.

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2014 Arctic Ice Loss or Gain Last 150 Days (Up To Day 235 )
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One thought on “Arctic Sea Ice Extent Aug 24 2014 – Closing In On 1 Standard Deviation Again

  1. Cold winds are blowing from the Siberian region. As the winds blow across the Arctic Ocean, ice is forming and being pushed toward the existing ice pack. This cools the existing Arctic waters and forms new ice at an accelerated rate. Check out the time lapse on http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/satellite/index.uk.php .

    The Sun will be perpendicular to the Earth’s axis of rotation in 30 days. Almost no energy will reach the Pole from the Sun. All energy will be coming from the warm Arctic Ocean. It will be fun to watch the time lapse, and see ice creation caused by winds.

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