DMI Sea Ice Sensor Problems?

Last year the main sensor for sea ice failed. And was eventually replaced.

DMI uses the same “new” sensor as NSIDC. This is DMI’s graph today:

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2 thoughts on “DMI Sea Ice Sensor Problems?

  1. Definitely something wrong, the Seas around Antarctica are still showing well below Zero on NuSchool Earth, so no reason for Ice to “melting” at that rate.

  2. As many billions as are being spent on conducting climate change “research” you’d think there would be no problem getting a fundamental instrument for tracking sea ice back online, STAT. Why the delays? Surely someone has the money—be it government or Tom Steyer himself—would could get a new one deployed in short order.

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