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Jim, Thanks for reminding me of the forum, just had an interesting read over there. PIOMAS 20C looks exciting, in netcdf files and I never got round to translating those into Excel VBA. Programming in C++ now and dabbling in an increasingly serious manner with AI.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Hi Neven, P Maker, Jim, Good too see some old names. I'll comment later today when I get the chance. Neven, especially good to see you're still keeping this blog going. P Maker. I've been on an odd journey intellectually over the last few years. Not involved in anything like climate change, but I always have mixed annoyance and pity (at their stupidity) for the climate change deniers (Donkeys!). Jim, I'll read that thread and I'll make some time to try to catch up on this subject over the weekend. But it's been literally years since I maintained my code and datasets, so I won't have data to offer. Very out of date from that angle. Now you all probably know more about sea ice than me.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
Hi Neven (and others). Hope you're all fine. To my amazement it's been three years since I last blogged on sea ice. The wet June weather here in the UK has made me wonder about this subject and I found the same thing you noted, a monster high over the pack and Greenland. Should be an interesting summer. It's been over four years since I put forward my Slow Transition argument. http://dosbat.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-slow-transition.html I was curious, what are people's views on the future of the Arctic summer sea ice? Not whether we will see an ice free pack but when it's likely.
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2019 on PIOMAS June 2019 at Arctic Sea Ice
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