Alaska Ice Still As Thick As It Was In January

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Scientific American Frontiers . Hot Times in Alaska. Canary in a Coal Mine | PBS

Nenana ice appears headed for a record late breakup.

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Nenana Ice Classic

The latest the ice has ever broken up was May 20, in 1964

Nenana Ice Classic

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6 Responses to Alaska Ice Still As Thick As It Was In January

  1. Glacierman says:

    Rotten ice tends to get all bloated as it decays making it much thicker than nomal ice, not influenced by CO2. Rotten ice is also caused by excess heat which makes the world really cold.

    Climate Science ™ is really easy.

  2. David says:

    Global March temperatures are 10th highest on record.

    NOAA reports March 2013 is the 10th warmest on record. I am completely confused which planet earth they are referring to.

  3. gator69 says:

    Alaskan coal miners sure take good care of their pets!

  4. tckev says:

    Please help save the canary.
    Canaries are freezing everywhere, if we can help save just one canary .
    So, please help, and fire-up an SUV at least an hour a day, turn the thermostat up 2 or 3 degrees. Remember, together we can do it, YES WE CAN.

    I am B.O. and I approve this message.

  5. Hell_Is_Like_Newark says:

    so the ice got thicker between May 2 and May 6? Effect of wind compacting ice or is it really re-freezing?

  6. Kirk Henke says:

    Canary in the coal mine? Taken 15 minutes ago in Anchorage, Alaska. Resident of Anchorage over 47 years, never recall anything like it.

    Kirk A. Henke

    Sent from my iPhone

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