More Arctic Monkey Business

The DMI graph shows Arctic sea ice extent falling rapidly.

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

But their maps don’t. The DMI maps actually show extent increasing in the Beaufort Sea, and little loss elsewhere.

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Just more BS from the team.

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17 Responses to More Arctic Monkey Business

    • AndyG55 says:

      lol.. I reckon someone is having some ice measurement issues :-)

      Either that, or all the semi-ice from effects of the El Nino and the recent strong Arctic gyre, has suddenly solidified.

  1. MikeW says:

    The NSIDC has an interesting archive of DMI Arctic ice charts for 1893-1956. Is there any way to compare them to current satellite maps?
    https://nsidc.org/data/docs/noaa/g02203-dmi/
    ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02203/

  2. BobW in NC says:

    Isn’t it …”funny”…how, when Arctic Sea Ice showed itself to be well above normal (not in line with AGW, aka “Climate Change,” AAUUGHHH!), all of a sudden this “artifact” was blamed the introduction of a “new high resolution coast mask” corrected by a new algorithm that now showed decreasing ice levels…

    Just sayin’

    Source: http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/iceextent_disagreement_is_an_artifact.uk.php

    • Andy says:

      It only showed above normal on one of their graphs, the one they recommended people not to use but Tony did…..

      You can take your tinfoil hat off now.

      Andy

  3. Ron C. says:

    The satellites are messed up these days. Only MASIE can be trusted. It shows extents are down but the melting is all in the marginal seas.

    https://rclutz.wordpress.com/2016/05/16/arctic-marginal-ice-melting-may-15/

  4. Caleb says:

    Marcellus explains this situation, at the start of “Hamlet”:

    “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”

    This is akin to, “something smells fishy here.”

    I get the feeling all is not well in the back corridors of academia. There is confusion and bungling. Perhaps some know it is time to get out while the getting is good. Or perhaps “a fish rots from the head down,” (which was originally “a fish stinks from the head down”)

    The foul ups used to mostly involve the temperature records. Now it seems to be spreading. It will be an interesting summer.

    Keep up the good work. I love those maps that show where the ice has grown and where it has shrunk.

  5. Mark Stoval says:

    Just more BS from the team.

    Yes. Yes it is. But this BS told over and over by “authoritative experts” and government agencies becomes “the received truth”. The media faithfully records the government pronouncements as gospel truth and tells the man in the street that “We are Doomed” — unless you let us control your life totally.

    We are losing this propaganda war. We have truth, they have all the tools. (I hope I am just having a pessimistic day)

    PS: I like the new site.

  6. RickS says:

    “Every picture tells a story don’t it” !

    To too many, reality is a foreign language !!

    Now if someone could just email Me these/those above Arctic Satellite images, I can “wipe” out all of the Ice and prove through my now “enhanced” Satellite images that that the Arctic Ice doesn’t exist anymore, and until You go there to prove Me wrong, then by “default”, I AM RIGHT !!!!!

    And then “I” have the “pictures” to “prove” it !

    Trust Me…

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  8. Peter Ellis says:

    What’s the pixel count for red/green/yellow in that overlay picture? By eye there seems to be considerably more red than green, i.e. there is net loss, particularly around Svalbard.

    Also, why not compare over a slightly longer time frame than a single day, to minimise the impact of day-to-day noise? You won’t get exactly the same result from pixel-counting that they show on the graph unless you also do the correct projection to correct for differing area per pixel, but it should be close enough.

  9. RickS says:

    Good job posting (bringing in) these Satellite photos !

    These are the “exact” same photos that I have been downloading for years, and they are the “exact” same photos that NSIDC suddenly washed away a month ago because the “current” Arctic Ice has completely recovered, and so how can they keep lying out their @$$ when a “reasonable” and some what educated person could “see” that they are lying instead of “hearing” them lying ???

    Let Me make it clear

    If You like your Ice, You can keep your Ice…

    Keep PostingOn

  10. Andy says:

    Perhaps the maps are BS and the maps are wrong? ;)

    Andy

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