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Bob Wallace


Here's a sort-of decadal presentation of April sea ice age. 1982, 1992, 2002, and 2010.

2012 has not been added to the database.

Soon coming, I believe.

Lt Blue - open water, Dark Blue - one year old, Red - 5+ years.

Bob Wallace

Sep Sea Ice Age 82 to 10

Here's September - 1982, 1992, 2002, and 2010.

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Thanks for the links and post - Bob and Neven.

I agree that the CT SIA long-term regional graphs and this comparsions of MYI make it clear about what is happening. In the tropics we see little direct evidence of CC - range shifts of a few hundred meters by moths on tropocal moutains doesn't quite have the same visial impact : )


Wonderful addition to a winning blog.

Should separate the Skeptic from the Denier.

Can't wait for the update!


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Should separate the Skeptic from the Denier

It would be good if this were true, but I doubt it.

Chris Reynolds

These images show that the ice cap really isn't the same as it used to be.

Thanks for posting Neven, and thanks for the samples Bob.

As these are produced from the Drift Age Model (pretty sure I'm right on this), it'll have no impact on the deniers.

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