No Change In Arctic Sea Ice Extent For Almost 14 Years

There has been little or no trend in Arctic sea ice extent since the start of MASIE records in 2006.

ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02186/masie_4km_allyears_extent_sqkm.csv

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4 Responses to No Change In Arctic Sea Ice Extent For Almost 14 Years

  1. Bill says:

    What do you think of climate scientists who talk less about arctic sea ice extent, and focus more on the volume of ice and what they call multi-year ice?

    Also, climate scientists describe melting permafrost above the Arctic circle. Is there any data about that over longer periods of time?

    • Gator says:

      What do you think of climate scientists who talk less about arctic sea ice extent, and focus more on the volume of ice and what they call multi-year ice?

      Not much.

      Also, climate scientists describe melting permafrost above the Arctic circle. Is there any data about that over longer periods of time?

      Enough to know there is nothing permanent about permafrost.

  2. spike55 says:

    gees you are a tease, Tony :-)

  3. gregole says:

    What happened to all the ice maven trolls this year? They must be giving up on the ice-free-Arctic gambit.

    We a ship of fools stuck in the vanishing Arctic ice, but no one kayaking or snowboarding, or jet-skiing to the ice-free north pole.

    “People go mad in crowds, but only regain their sense one-by-one”; or something like that!

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