Cryosphere Today imagery back online

They seems to have fixed their data problems.The comparison image to 2007 remains interesting. There also has been a shift in the wind.

The DMI temperature image has a big uptick in sync.

Check out the latest images on the WUWT Sea Ice Page

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10 thoughts on “Cryosphere Today imagery back online

  1. Them being down made me wish someone would save off all their images “just in case” there is a next time. But that’s pretty impractical without automating it.

  2. The DMI temperature image has a big uptick in sync.
    Is the wind over now, because the DMI just did a big downtick after the uptick. ??

  3. Okidoki, they’re online. And the 2007 data is interesting. And the wind shifted. ?
    When did the wind shift, in 2007?

  4. geo says:
    August 19, 2010 at 2:00 pm
    > Them being down made me wish someone would save off all their images “just in case” there is a next time. But that’s pretty impractical without automating it.
    I’ve automated a daily fetch and convert to .jpg mechanism. It would be trivial to archive things, but I haven’t decided I want to yet.
    I’ve moved the fetch time to later (1145 EDT), soon after the archive is updated. It had been earlier to catch the garish image-of-the day. (The archive images aren’t as garish.)
    The Antarctic archive isn’t back in place yet, unless it’s moved – they seem to be replacing/upgrading parts of their archive.
    I’ll poke around a bit.

  5. August 18 is the first time this year, since May 5th, that the IARC-JAXA extent numbers show 2010 greater than the same day in 2008. August 18 2010 is 241,094 km^2 below same day 2009 and 227,500 km^2 below same day 2005. Beating those 2 years’ minima is not impossible. Extrapolating from past trends, I predict that the minimum will occur on Labour Day (September 6th).

  6. Would someone please explain something to me.
    Cryosphere shows some 1.3 Million sq km less than normal. YET … when I look at the individual seas, we have:
    Arctic, Baffin, Greenland, Hudson: -50K [collective about -200K]
    Kara: – 150K
    Laptev, Siberian, Chuck, beaufort, Canada .. all at about -100K [collective – 500K]
    When adding all these up, I come up with a -850K anomoly. … so in Cryosphere language …. -0.850 million kms.
    So .. why do they say -1.3, when the collective anomoly is -0.850
    WattsUpWithThat?????????

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