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Zack Labe
Climate (Atmospheric) Scientist | Postdoc at | PhD - , | Roadside oddity navigator | Likely outside in a storm | he/him
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Zack Labe 17h
New collection of studies on the impacts of 2018's record sea ice anomaly in the Bering Sea: + Climate models: + Observations: + Ecosystems: + Mechanisms:
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Zack Labe 17h
Replying to @seeoh2
The orientation of the large-scale circulation (i.e., polar jet stream) results in these patterns of cold anomalies.
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Zack Labe 17h
Replying to @TheosLiveLife @CNES
Yes
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Zack Labe 19h
November was quite a warm month globally, especially in the Northern Hemisphere (and the Arctic, of course). + Maps freely available:
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Zack Labe Nov 28
Polar night vs. midnight sun in late November... Animation looks downward at the North Pole (left 🌙) and South Pole (right ☀️) over a 24-hour period.
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Zack Labe Nov 28
Replying to @Eaterofsun @CNES
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Zack Labe Nov 28
Global mean sea level rise - the latest satellite altimetry data has now been processed through September 2020. Another climate change indicator... 🌊 [Data from (AVISO): ]
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Rick Thoman Nov 27
The high-resolution, multi-sensor MASIE extent from shows Bering Sea ice for Nov 26 lowest in the 15 year record. From low-res passive microwave data , unlikely any year prior to 2006 had this little ice at this date.
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Zack Labe Nov 27
Yet again, temperatures have been well above average throughout November across the high (north of 80°N latitude). 2020 is shown in red relative to other years since 1958. [Chart updated at ]
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Zack Labe Nov 27
Replying to @pmagn
The link I provided in the original tweet has the individual regional seas updated throughout the week
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Zack Labe Nov 27
sea ice extent is currently the 2nd lowest on record (JAXA data) • about 470,000 km² less the 2010s mean • about 1,040,000 km² less the 2000s mean • about 1,720,000 km² less the 1990s mean • about 2,220,000 km² less the 1980s mean See more:
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Zack Labe Nov 27
Replying to @DrMianSabir
You can extract CSV files for lat/lon bounded regions using
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Zack Labe Nov 27
Replying to @RBImGuy
No, this is related to the large-scale atmospheric circulation (e.g., blocking patterns), lack of sea ice, and land feedbacks (e.g., little snow cover).
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Zack Labe Nov 27
Temperatures up to 5°C above average so far this year in parts of Siberia, especially along the coast [Data from JRA-55 reanalysis using a 1981-2010 climatology]
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Zack Labe Nov 26
Thank you, Rick! :)
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Zack Labe Nov 26
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Zack Labe Nov 25
Replying to @wittewx
Thank you!
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Zack Labe Nov 25
New review paper that may be of interest to many (Baldwin et al. 2020): "Sudden Stratospheric Warmings" ----> Paper:
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Zack Labe Nov 25
Replying to @lava_ice @NSIDC
Cold month in a large part of Canada ()
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Zack Labe Nov 25
sea ice is rapidly increasing in the Hudson Bay (Canada) - it's earlier than average (particularly compared to recent years). This region experiences a large seasonal cycle and is geographically constrained (max/min extent). Data from .
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