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Mika Rantanen Jun 28
How much faster is the warming than the global average? Locally up to 5 times faster, but in general 3-4 times. Inspired by and tweets on this topic.
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Zack Labe Jun 30
sea ice extent near Siberia remains well below any previous year in the satellite era record...
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Mark Parrington Jul 1
The scale & intensity of / in June 2020 has been greater than the 'unprecedented' activity of June 2019 in Atmosphere Monitoring Service GFAS data based on MODIS🛰️obs (total of 16 Mt C ≈ 59 Mt CO2)
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Paul Beckwith Jun 27
For years I have been saying that temperature amplification is 3 to 5 times global average temperature. This justifies it...
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H o l l y Jun 30
The extreme restrictions on travel to clearly shows that something big is being hidden. Everyone should denounce the secrecy imposed by our governments. We should have every right to explore Antarctica as well as the . Research
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Greenland MFA 🇬🇱 20h
Another milestone for Greenland has been reached! Royal Arctic Line and Eimskip are now directly connected to Helsingborg, Sweden. 🇬🇱 🇮🇸 🇸🇪
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Judah Cohen 22h
Models growing more confident that strong high pressure over Siberia that brought record in June will settle over the Central in July. This weather pattern is favorable for accelerating sea ice melt as 24 hour sunshine reaches the ice surface unfiltered by clouds.
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Zack Labe Jun 28
Temperatures over parts of Siberia and the Chukchi Sea () have averaged up to 4°C above the 1981-2010 climate average during the last 12 months [Data from JRA-55 reanalysis]
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Zack Labe Jun 29
air temperature anomalies (departure from average) over the last two months (April to May) ----> 2020 is the warmest on record in data
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Zack Labe Jun 27
sea ice extent in the Laptev Sea (near Siberia) continues to rapidly decline (earliest on record)... [Data from ]
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Randall Gates Jul 1
Yep, super bad news for sea ice right at the time of maximum melt.☹️
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Antti Lipponen Jun 27
About warming. Twice as fast as the global mean is probably a large underestimation. Based on the data, during the last 30 years the Arctic (>64°N) has been warming more than 3.8 times faster than the global mean!
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Bob Paquin Jul 1
Thinking of the Canadian on this, our Canada Day - resilient and open-hearted, Canadians thrive in this fragile environment. Let's keep doing all we can to keep these warm smiles shining in a cold place
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Zack Labe Jun 24
Today's satellite imagery showing that the landfast sea ice in the Laptev Sea (near Siberia) is quickly breaking apart and melting (dark blue colors)... [24 June 2020 from Sentinel-2 using ]
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National Snow and Ice Data Center 16h
The Siberian heat wave continued into June with a record high temperature in Verkhoyansk, just north of the Circle. The heat also affected the Laptev Sea, where ice extent dropped to a record low for this time of year. Read more sea ice news: .
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Arctic Circle 50m
The Senior Executive Vice President of , Evgeny Ambrosov, spoke on the development of in the Russian 🇷🇺 . Recently the company has had issues finding ice that is thick enough to test the capacity of the ships🚢.
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Planetary Security🌍 Jun 27
🌍 The Arctic heatwave: here’s what we know ➡️
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Zack Labe Jul 1
Average June sea ice extent was the 3rd lowest on record (after 2016 and 2019) 📉 This was 1,180,000 km² below the 1981-2010 average. June ice extent is decreasing at 4.06% per decade (satellite-era). Data from .
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Zack Labe Jul 1
Latest model guidance suggests an anomalous ridge of high pressure centered over the middle of the Ocean for at least the next week. 😬 This will likely accelerate sea ice decline ---> sunshine, warmth, melt pond formation [Maps from ]
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Elusive Moose Jun 29
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