Arctic Sea Ice Volume Increasing Towards Ten Year Highs

The bad news just keeps coming for climate experts, who promised an ice-free Arctic no later than last year.

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7 Responses to Arctic Sea Ice Volume Increasing Towards Ten Year Highs

  1. David says:

    I would really like it to get up a little more. However they will just adjust it down regardless.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The AMO is on its way down again, so Arctic sea ice is increasing.

    The IPCC can’t admit that the ~60 year cycle, of which the AMO is a part, runs Arctic sea ice because they’d then be forced to acknowledge it runs global temperature too. If they included it in their models their derived value for 2XCO2 would drop by half – proving CO2 is harmless.

  3. Steelman says:

    Well, here are som facts, from Tromsø, 1920-2018. Very inconvinient facts, indeed.
    As we all know, climate change is supposed to be worse in Arctic areas. Tromsø is well above the Arctic circle. Graphs are wind, precipitation and air temperature.
    Where is the catasthopic climate change?

  4. Squidly says:

    Damn. I knew it. I just knew it. I am never going to get my ice free Arctic. And after they have promised me for decades. After 30 years, we are right back to where we started. Am I going to have to wait another 30 years before I get an ice free Arctic?

    But they promised….

  5. It appears that two heating sources were lost in 2018. SN1006’s loss resulted in the refreezing of Greenland’s largest glacier and surface ice melts of Greenland in May of 2019 indicate we have lost SN1054 as a heating source. Ice volume and area should increase at both poles until a new thermal balance is established.

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