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a beautiful in 🇳🇴 pic: lina kayser
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Samuel Hayes Aug 14
coverage off the N. Coast of Greenland, with the gap growing yet again yesterday. Here's the progression so far this month.
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Samuel Hayes Aug 13
A large daily drop for extent on the 12th, -95,000 km². The average of the last 10 years is 55,000 km². 2020 is currently 3rd lowest on record for, 546,000 km² above the lowest year, 2012.
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Arctic.ru Aug 13
develops unmanned heavy-duty helicopter for the ✳️
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Zack Labe Aug 10
July 2020 was a historic month in the . From record low sea ice to anomalous warmth, here are a few striking graphs that tell the story...
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William Halliday 17h
Virtual conference alert: International Quiet Ocean Experiment is putting on a two day virtual conference on in the Ocean, 11-12 Nov 2020. Registration is free!
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Michael Byers Aug 6
Meanwhile, Justin Trudeau and his government have been buying pipelines and subsidizing fossil fuels. History will not be kind to them.
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WWF Arctic Programme Aug 13
"This year's heatwave 🌡️ which researchers say was made at least 600 times more likely by , sent air temperatures in Siberia above 100 degrees F, encouraged tundra fires and forced the collapse of Canada’s last remaining ice shelf."
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Acclimatise Aug 10
The coldest place in the has experienced record heat. Climate change has made this 600 times more probable. By Tim Radford :
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Beyond Investing Aug 7
Canada’s last fully intact ice shelf has collapsed, losing more than 40% of its area in just two days at the end of July. 😔This is due to the Arctic warming at twice the global rate for the past 30 yrs. wisely to preserve our planet.
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Dr. Katya Uryupova Aug 7
Russian scientists develop substance for removing oil spills
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NumberLens Aug 13
extent was 3rd lowest for the date on August 12 at 5.18 million km², 391,277 km² above lowest year 2012. The slowdown in extent loss since the Arctic storm still visible. Data:
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WWF Arctic Programme Aug 12
The break-up of Canada’s last intact ice sheet, the Milne ice sheet 🧊 is another example of rapidly retreating . The report warns as ice sheets&glaciers melt, sea levels rise 🌊 and could affect one billion people by 2050. now 🌎
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Zack Labe Aug 8
Variability and loss of July sea ice volume since 1979... 📉 + Model info (PIOMAS): + Additional graphics:
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ECCC Canadian Ice Service Aug 13
coverage in the eastern Canadian is at it’s 3rd lowest level in the last 40 years for the week of August 13th. Significant ice movement in the archipelago during the last week.
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Zack Labe 20h
sea ice extent is currently the 3rd lowest on record (JAXA data) • about 330,000 km² less the 2010s mean • about 1,320,000 km² less the 2000s mean • about 2,230,000 km² less the 1990s mean • about 2,930,000 km² less the 1980s mean More plots
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Dr. Katya Uryupova Aug 13
What You May Not Know About Sino-Russian Cooperation in the and Why it Matters
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Marsha Aug 7
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Bob Berwyn Aug 11
sea ice meltdown: The day of climate reckoning is coming, perhaps sooner than we thought:
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Susana Hancock Aug 12
. Ice free. Any idea what this means? Answer: Disaster. Yet it's the future that global corporations & governments seem to want to pass on to the next gen on
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