Arctic sea ice volume is highest for the date in thirteen years.
June melt so far is the slowest on record.
The interior of the Arctic is covered with 1.5-5 meter thick ice, generally thicker than it was 60 years ago and 80 years ago.
Climate scientists describe the record slow Arctic melt as “record fast” – because their funding depends on maintaining alarm about the climate.
There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice volume over the past eleven years.