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johnm33 the arguments herein go way over my head but it's existence seems uncontraversial.

Jakobsson et al. 2010: : New insights on Arctic Quaternary climate variability from palaeo-records and numerical modelling

Polyak et al. 2010: History of sea ice in the Arctic

Macias et al. Macias M., A. Grinsted, S. Helama, J. Moore, M. Timonen, T. Martma, E. Isaksson, M. Eronen, Unprecedented low 20th century winter sea ice extent in the Western Nordic Seas since A.D. 1200

Antoniades et al. 2011, Holocene dynamics of the Arctic’s largest ice shelf

Kobashi et al. 2011, High variability of Greenland surface temperature over the past 4000 years estimated from trapped air in an ice core

Raymond S. Bradley, John H. England: The Younger Dryas and the Sea of Ancient Ice


Thanks a lot, Diablobanquisa! I think I'll start with the Polyak paper.

Kevin O'Neill

History of Sea Ice in the Arctic above is a broken link. It can be found in various places on the web, but the version I've downloaded is the entire Synthesis and Asessment Product of which it is but one chapter (Chapter 6). Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes U.S. Climate Change Science Program Synthesis and Assessment Product 1.2, 2009

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