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Zack Labe
Today is the 64th *new* daily record sea extent so far this year [JAXA's AMSR2 satellite]. Compared to previous decades: ---> ~680,000 km² less the 2000s average ---> ~1,130,000 km² less the 1990s average ---> ~1,710,000 km² less the 1980s average
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abq31415926535 19 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe
Isn't the area a bit misleading as it does not convey the information about the thickness of the ice? Is the thickness of the ice more or less unchanged?
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Zack Labe 19 Apr 18
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Seth Mos 20 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe
Just a minor question. Why is there not yet a 2010 average thickness line in the graph yet? I would assume that it would cover 2000-2010 or requires it 2010-2020 data.
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Zack Labe 20 Apr 18
Replying to @databeestje
The 2000s mean covers the period from 2000-2009. The graph below adds an average for 2010-2017...
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#stayinformedcc 19 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe
We have changed the climate ....
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ClimateVariability 19 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe
sad to hear this information
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Ken Farinsky 20 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe @Weather_West
Let's see, magenta then teal then blue then orange. Colors getting colder at first, then warmer. I just don't see the pattern. I can't guess which color is next! 🤣
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Joe Wazowski 21 Apr 18
Replying to @ZLabe
When was the last major volcanic eruption? What happens when we again have an eruption of that magnitude- filling the air with gas and particles? I keep hearing how badly we are harming the atmosphere, yet the air in Los Angeles has never been this clean in my lifetime
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