Global Sea Ice Area Is Above Normal

30 years of unprecedented melting and polar amplification has led to above normal sea ice area on planet earth – in the middle of the Antarctic summer.

The latest numbers are : Antarctic +.66 million km² Arctic -.63 million km²

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9 Responses to Global Sea Ice Area Is Above Normal

  1. Glacierman says:

    Missing a word in Title.

  2. Rick Pay says:

    How come GLO-BULL warming is getting an F in the global part of the phenomena? Kinda makes a thoughtfull person stop and ponder doesn’t it!

  3. Kevin K says:

    Could the adding of so much Ice on one pole and the removal of so much Ice at the opposite pole be causing a larger than normal Earth Wobble, there by affect the weather?

  4. johnturmel says:

    Jct: Global warming, where are you?

  5. Scarface says:

    interesting thought, but extra mass around the axis wouldnt do much imho. when ice would accumulate at a specific spot at the equator maybe. however, since the tropics are there i dont think we will witness that phenomenon.

  6. gds44 says:

    Reblogged this on Gds44's Blog.

  7. Eliza Lynch says:

    Re wobbleman ICE=WATER LOL

  8. zenga says:

    “lead to above normal sea ice”? you mean led?

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