Seven Days in the Arctic

June 6, 2016

On a deadline. For now, there’s this.

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7 Responses to “Seven Days in the Arctic”

  1. Ian Beale Says:

    Could you please explain the significance of this for the non-scientists? No ice seems to be coming out of the Fram Strait yet.

    • greenman3610 Says:

      we’re watching large areas open up in the Beaufort sea north of Canada/Alaska, and also north of Scandinavia and Siberia. Given the record low extent, it’s fascinating to see how this possibly record melt is playing out.


    • In fact winds have been blowing the ice north of Greenland towards Svalbard and the Fram Strait recently. In all the circumstances it is perhaps surprising how little ice there is in the Barents and Greenland Seas at the moment. Perhaps it’s melting faster than it used to?

  2. rabiddoomsayer Says:

    Possible record melt? How about very likely record melt.

  3. pendantry Says:

    I’m five days late to this party but all I see here is:

    “Seven Days in the Arctic
    June 6, 2016
    On a deadline. For now, there’s this.
    Posted by greenman3610”

    Has something gone walkies?


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