Media claims of “unprecedented” sea-ice melt in the Arctic are just simply not true.
Using data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) for a comparison, Japanese skeptic blogger Kirye at KiryeNet drives home how “the real Arctic sea ice volume is much higher than in 2008.”
It totally defies the panicky claims of a “melting” Arctic, she tweeted.
Here’s a screen shot from April 7th of this year. Note that sea ice extent is far, far greater than at the same time in either 2017 or 2016.
Thanks to Glenn Cuthbert for this link
As I posted last week, “The Arctic is still about -23 degrees Celsius (-9.4F) and sea ice thickness and volume back to almost back to within “normal range,” according to the DMI (Danish Meteorological Institute, as of the 7th of April.