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⚕️⚫ Timlagor Nov 4
Replying to @ZLabe @GeorgeMonbiot
I wonder if the successive low years indicate an increasing 'softness' of the remaining ice each year
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Zack Labe Nov 4
The shorter freeze seasons in the Bering-Chukchi Seas can limit the amount of time for sea ice thickness growth. For example in 2018:
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Dan Cassin Nov 4
Replying to @ZLabe @matplotlib
Love the gradient of the legend! How did you get the date in the legend to be the same color as the line?
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Zack Labe Nov 4
Replying to @Dan_Cassin @matplotlib
Thank you! There also is a loop through the color map ("dense" available at ) for plotting purposes.
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Climate Watcher Nov 5
Replying to @ZLabe
Weird what's driving the melt?
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Zack Labe Nov 6
Replying to @pmagn
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Henrik Hindby Koszyczarek Nov 4
Replying to @ZLabe
Is it OK to share your graphs on other platforms if you're credited?
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Zack Labe Nov 4
Replying to @HenrikHindby
Yes - thank you! You are always welcome to share my visualizations.
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Roy Dale Jones Nov 4
Replying to @ZLabe
Zack, Is it actually leveling off and not increasing ?
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Zack Labe Nov 4
Replying to @Roysterdamus
As air/ocean temperatures continue to fall (and with a favorable large-scale circulation/drift), sea ice will begin expanding in this region.
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