Tags : sea ice extent

Arctic Climate Change Deniers Global Warming News

Video Friday: Misleading Claims of Arctic Sea Ice Rebound, The

The Daily Mail – Where space aliens and climate change are reported with equal knowledge and respect There have been many claims brought to my attention this week alleging the “final nail in the coffin” of anthropogenic global warming – the same nail that’s been fumbled around by deniers and the unfortunately misled for decades […]Read More

Arctic Global Warming News Oceans

Arctic Ocean Rapidly Acidifying

After three years of ongoing research by an international team of scientists, a study commissioned by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme for a first-ever comprehensive assessment of Arctic Ocean acidification was presented last week at a meeting of Arctic Council Ministers in Bergen, Norway. Arctic Ocean Acidification Facts The research show that the cold waters of […]Read More

Antarctic Arctic Global Warming News

Above Average Temperatures for November Keep U.S. on Track for

On Monday, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said that for the 333rd consecutive month November 2012 brought higher than average global temperatures. In fact, the last time November temperatures dropped below the 20th century average was in 1976. Last month global average temperature over land and oceans was 56.41°F, or the […]Read More

Arctic EarthTalk

EarthTalk: Implications of Declining Arctic Sea Ice

EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: I heard that the Arctic summer sea ice is at its lowest level since we began recording it. What are the implications of all this melting?              — Jo Shoemaker, Bowie, MD It is true […]Read More

Arctic Global Warming News

Arctic Sea Ice Update

According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), as of September 16 Arctic sea ice reached its seasonal minimum for the year at 1.32 million square miles (3.41 million square kilometers), the minimum seasonal extent in the satellite record that began in 1979. NSIDC cautioned that changing wind patterns over the next few […]Read More