Shocker: Thick ice in Hudson Bay portends a good year for Polar Bears

From Polar Bear Science Sea ice more than 1.2m thick over Hudson Bay portends a good year for polar bears Posted on May 8, 2020 | The chart below shows what sea ice thickness over Hudson Bay was like at the first week of May in a so-called a ‘good year’ (2019) – when polar bears…

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Cycles of Rapid Climate Warming

By Jim Steele Published in the Pacifca Tribune May 28, 2019 What’s Natural Cycles of Rapid Climate Warming The globally averaged temperature rose 1.5°F from 1880 to today. Various narratives suggest the rise since 1950 was driven by increasing concentrations of CO2. The rising temperature before 1950 was considered natural. Since 1990, Arctic temperatures rose…