Arctic Sea Ice Volume 27-Nov-2018

 

From DMI

2 thoughts on “Arctic Sea Ice Volume 27-Nov-2018

  1. But wait . . on DMI’s Arctic home page, under “The Frozen Sea,” it clearly states:

    Since the 1970s the extent of sea ice has been measured from satellites. From these measurements we know that the sea ice extent today is significantly smaller than 30 years ago. During the past 10 years the melting of sea ice has accelerated, and especially during the ice extent minimum in September large changes are observed. The sea ice in the northern hemisphere have never been thinner and more vulnerable.

    I had alerted them to this months back, and had finally received a, “oh – we see your point . . and are looking into it” sort of response – but then, SURPRISE – nothing happened.

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