New NASA Video: Sea Ice, Arctic Warming, and Fires

September 26, 2020

Great video, typically good graphics, new faces explaining this year’s arctic extremes.
Great vid to share with climate science newbies.

9 Responses to “New NASA Video: Sea Ice, Arctic Warming, and Fires”

  1. Anthony William O'brien Says:

    I really thought we would have had a zero minimum before now. After 2007 and 2012 I thought Maslowski had it right. On the other hand the melting of Greenland is faster than I expected.

  2. indy222 Says:

    The exponential losses reasonably fit ending with the 2012 data, are now best fit with a linear loss rate, so maybe by 2030 we’ll be ice-free.

    • greenman3610 Says:

      all we really need is a “perfect storm” summer, and we could get there any year going forward.
      barring that, 2030 and beyond looks likely.

  3. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    Great vid to share with climate science newbies.

    Just posted it to the Neurologica blog “Climate Change and Wild Fires” article. There’s a commenter there who blames the California fires on poor forest management practices.

    A treasured quote: “That the fire situation is not a worldwide phenomena and in fact seems counter to the trends the scientists have thus far identified, makes the global warming hypothesis seem unlikely.”


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