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Arctic Sea Ice Extent, Area, and Volume

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10 hours ago, Vice-Regent said:

If you warm the pacific, you will get normal or below average temperatures in the US East and Midwest like clockwork until we fully transition. Just how the climate system is setup with the east sides of continents having the advantage of the cold air not moderating over the oceans.

 

He is right how the current block is outlined by the oceans.  (warmer oceanic areas)

along with where the atlantic meets the arctic.

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4 hours ago, skierinvermont said:

Can someone ban this guy? Unreadable.

Where did you go? You were absent from the forum for months now you come to trash post about a valid point?

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7 hours ago, Vice-Regent said:

Where did you go? You were absent from the forum for months now you come to trash post about a valid point?

Ranting about how the Russians are punishing us with cold weather is a valid point?

 

Maybe ban this guy too.

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28 minutes ago, skierinvermont said:

Ranting about how the Russians are punishing us with cold weather is a valid point?

 

Maybe ban this guy too.

I think they should both go.

Guys, this thread is about Arctic Sea Ice, not about the current cold snap in the Northeast U.S., or the Russian plot to displace cold from Siberia and move it to North America, or anything else. Keep it on track about the health and state of the cryosphere. Is that so difficult?

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3 hours ago, nzucker said:

I think they should both go.

Guys, this thread is about Arctic Sea Ice, not about the current cold snap in the Northeast U.S., or the Russian plot to displace cold from Siberia and move it to North America, or anything else. Keep it on track about the health and state of the cryosphere. Is that so difficult?

And laser beams.... don't forget the laser beams. :-)

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7 hours ago, nzucker said:

Keep it on track about the health and state of the cryosphere. Is that so difficult?

 

It is difficult when so much legitimate data is being kept/hid/restricted from the public the last several years.   Especially when an amateur makes an alarming discovery....they then decide to restrict / moderate data before it's officially released.

oh yea, and when will NASA update us on the cloud top lowering trends...?  i'm guessing never.   Since most are now experiencing 0 vis fog / whiteout conditions during severe storms.  

no big deal..no need to let public know the truth.

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35 minutes ago, Sophisticated Skeptic said:

 

It is difficult when so much legitimate data is being kept/hid/restricted from the public the last several years.   Especially when an amateur makes an alarming discovery....they then decide to restrict / moderate data before it's officially released.

oh yea, and when will NASA update us on the cloud top lowering trends...?  i'm guessing never.   Since most are now experiencing 0 vis fog / whiteout conditions during severe storms.  

no big deal..no need to let public know the truth.

Suggestion... either provide links to valid sources of supporting data, or quit posting wild unsubstantiated claims.

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9 hours ago, skierinvermont said:

Ranting about how the Russians are punishing us with cold weather is a valid point?

 

Maybe ban this guy too.

 

5 hours ago, DaculaWeather said:

And laser beams.... don't forget the laser beams. :-)

 

 

thanks, easy to tell who the shills are here. 

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2 hours ago, Sophisticated Skeptic said:

 

It is difficult when so much legitimate data is being kept/hid/restricted from the public the last several years.   Especially when an amateur makes an alarming discovery....they then decide to restrict / moderate data before it's officially released.

oh yea, and when will NASA update us on the cloud top lowering trends...?  i'm guessing never.   Since most are now experiencing 0 vis fog / whiteout conditions during severe storms.  

no big deal..no need to let public know the truth.

I work in this field, it's not that hidden. Here are some helpful links:

Sea Ice Thickness, freeboard, + lots of extras if you know how to plot netCDF

https://n5eil01u.ecs.nsidc.org/ICEBRIDGE/RDEFT4.001/

http://data.seaiceportal.de/gallery/index_new.php?lang=en_US&active-tab1=method&active-tab2=satellite

http://www.cpom.ucl.ac.uk/csopr/seaice.html

Good general reference:

https://sites.google.com/site/arcticseaicegraphs/

Arctic weather forecasts:

https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/?model=gfs&region=nhem&pkg=z500a&runtime=2018010212&fh=-12

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