Study: ‘Arctic sea ice loss in the last 37 years is not due to humans alone.’

Models show natural swings in the Earth’s climate contribute to Arctic sea ice loss Arctic sea ice loss in the last 37 years is not due to humans alone. By Anne L. Stark, LLNL New research by a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientist and collaborators show that Arctic sea ice loss is enhanced by natural climate…

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Where Icebergs Go to Die

Today’s story is the answer to the October 2018 puzzler. which was also covered on WUWT This could be a scene out of a spooky movie. But reality is just as morbid for this coffin-shaped iceberg. After 18 years at sea, B-15T has entered a region where Antarctic icebergs go to die. On September 23, 2018,…

NASA releases photo of weird rectangular iceberg

Operation IceBridge, NASA’s longest-running aerial survey of polar ice, carried a flight over the northern Antarctic Peninsula on Oct. 16, 2018. During the flight, IceBridge senior support scientist Jeremy Harbeck spotted two rectangular icebergs floating among sea ice just off of the Larsen C ice shelf. “I thought it was pretty interesting; I often see…

Another Dis-alarming Analysis of Arctic Sea Ice

Guest post by David Middleton Anthony recently posted an excellent Arctic sea ice analysis by Ron Clutz.  In a similar vein, I decided to look at Arctic sea ice from a couple of other dis-alarming perspectives. We keep hearing about the Arctic being ice-free anytime from next month up until a continuously rolling forward decade…

Arctic sea ice melt has turned the corner for 2018

Greg Goodman writes in to WUWT tips and notes: Arctic sea ice minimum – this years 19/20th Sept at 4.594 million sq/km Source: http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/charctic-interactive-sea-ice-graph/ Not surprising that MSM has gone schtum about the remarkable persistence of their favorite “canary” not being dead yet. This year’s min is greater then 2007 when AR4 was getting major push…

Quote of the week: "crazy stuff in the Arctic"

The overly excitable director of that National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) is at it again. Previously, we’ve heard him declare “death spiral” and “the Arctic is screaming” to convey his alarmed viewpoint on Arctic Sea Ice. Now, he’s got a new one, courtesy of Seth Borenstein at The Associated Press: “It’s just crazy,…