Arctic sea-ice extent as high for this date in a decade

Arctic sea-ice extent as high for this date in a decade

This is contrary to what the MSM has been saying.

According to the Denmark Meteorological Institute, the ARCTIC sea ice extent is as high for this date as it has been in a decade.

That means the ice just isn’t melting as fast as it has in recent years. This is how multiyear ice begins to accumulate.

It will be interesting to see where things are at the end of the melt season.

Check it out:

Thanks to J Bird for this link

7 thoughts on “Arctic sea-ice extent as high for this date in a decade

  1. It shouldn’t be called the Mainstream Media(MSM). There is nothing mainstream about it.

    Calling it the Corrupt Liberal Media (CLM) would be more accurate.

  2. The Anglosaxon met offices are fully tied into the AGW Fraud as its Government Policy to enforce the so called concenus.
    Vast ammounts of Tax is tied to this failing policy.
    The Nordic met offices are not and nor is their scientific community. Why is it Anglo Saxon governments lie to thier electorates?

  3. Robert, is the cold from the Arctic redistributed further South during Little Ice Age periods (leaving the Arctic seas nearly ice free and air temps warmer than regions further South) or does that only occur during Glacial Ice Ages? If it occurs during Little Ice Ages periods, should we be seeing less ice and more warming if a Little Ice Age is on its way?

  4. The key issue is thickness/volume not area per se. If the central core of ice thickens year on year, then the rate of melting through the melt season in terms of area lost decreases. At the periphary, little changes, as the ice is thin and doesn’t last long anyway, but when multiyear ice area/volume increase, the melt rate decreases………….

  5. All Arctic Ice = Sea Ice
    All Antarctic Ice = Land + Sea Ice

    The Media’s solo focus of Arctic Sea Ice Area – generally given only during the Arctic’s Winter – is a Red Herring.

    Arctic ice Volume averages approx. 20,500 km3 from a low in September (12.3…) to a high in April (28.7…).

    On The Other Hand, Antarctic Ice Volume averages approx. 26.5 Million km3 ! — an ICE Factor of over 1000 times the Arctic Ice Volume!

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