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I wasn't expecting another instalment in this year's series of blog posts on Winter Weirdness, extreme weather events that could be linked to the decline in Arctic sea ice. It's not even winter anymore officially. But as spring has been revoked in large parts of Europe, and the atmospheric blocking... Continue »
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Cryosphere Today sea ice area and IJIS sea ice extent numbers are now so much below the peaks reached so far that it looks like the ice pack has reached its maximum size and will now start to get smaller as we transition from freezing season to melting season. Mind... Continue »
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There are several scientific organisations that keep an eye on the Arctic sea ice cover and put out graphs to inform us of the amount of ice that is left. You can see most, if not all, of them on the ASI Graphs webpage. I expect the record on most... Continue »
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REMEMBER: There are two days left to vote on the poll widgets in the right hand bar, one is for Cryosphere Today minimum daily sea ice area, the other for NSIDC minimum September/monthly sea ice extent. You can also re-vote if you like by going to the polls directly (here... Continue »