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Zack Labe
Striking to compare the timing differences in the start of the summer melt season in the Kara Sea - for instance, look at 2020 (red line) relative to the 1980s (purple lines)
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Peter de Menocal May 20
Replying to @ZLabe @PeterWSinclair
It's as if there's a blowtorch up there...
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stuart thrupp May 23
Not a good omen for melting permafrost, Russia will have some trouble this year with unstable land movement.
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Bob Berwyn May 20
Replying to @ZLabe @Weather_West
I know this is (mostly) unrelated, but the graph line reminded of the recent graph showing this spring's snowpack decline in Colorado.
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Matt 😷 Lanza May 20
Replying to @ZLabe
Yeeeeeeeeesh.
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Neil 🇺🇸 Ⓥ #StayHome #BLM May 20
Replying to @ZLabe
I know we've been on this broader trajectory for some decades, but this year's projected record sea ice loss seems to be in correspondence with the global shutdown, beginning in China. 😕
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Climate Watcher May 22
Replying to @ZLabe
Unreal. Faster than watching paint dry.
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little bear May 20
Replying to @ZLabe
😱 striking is one word for it
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Sjaak Scheele May 21
Replying to @ZLabe @jelmerevers
Vladimir Putin will be overjoyed. - It’s an order from the Kremlin: shipping on Northern Sea Route to reach 80 million tons by 2024 ()
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Amoebius Weinstein May 21
Replying to @ZLabe
one of these tweets i feel odd to "like", scary. Thanks for sharing
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sandyleee2 May 20
Replying to @ZLabe
Soooo real
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Jonas Sundström May 22
Replying to @sandyleee2 @ZLabe
Wait... ooh.... oooooooh! I know now why the deniers use the "maximum ice coverage" statistic! It's because it doesn't show *WHEN* the sea ice starts to melt, nor does it show *average* sea ice area over the year!! They're smart, the fossil fuel lobbyists who came up with that.
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