Tag Archives: Ross Ice Shelf

New paper using RADARSAT data: Antarctic ice shelves slowed down – “…have not been changed in a significant way in the past 12 years”

A new paper published May 15th in the the journal The Cryosphere utilizes 12 years worth of RADARSAT data to determine the rate at which some well known ice shelves in Antarctica have been moving and changing, and the answer is: … Continue reading

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Coffin, meet nail. – more on Steig’s reconstruction issues

by Ryan O’Donnell via Climate Audit For those who are not mathematically inclined and did not entirely follow the discussion about Eric’s reconstruction in the previous post, well, a picture is worth a thousand words. This is what happens to … Continue reading

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