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Prof Peter Strachan Jun 15
This remarkable photo highlights extreme melting "We see now that it's melting faster than at any point in at least the last three & a half centuries, & likely the last seven or eight millennia"
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National Snow and Ice Data Center Jun 14
What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the , and melting of sea ice and the Ice Sheet this spring may be messing with our weather. Learn more from : .
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Royal Institute of Navigation 7h
Russian Icebreaker Yamal navigating the ice fields and breaking the ice in a mesmerizing time-lapse of Arctic operations being conducted along the Northern Sea Route
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Antarctic Survey Jun 13
BAS Cartographers have produced a new map highlighting the importance of monitoring environmental change in this fast-changing region. Find out more here:
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climateleaf 7h
Replying to @climateleaf
E.g. sea ice - At 1.5C warming, the scientists expect the Arctic Ocean to be sea ice-free one summer per century, but at 2C warming, the likelihood increases to at least one sea ice-free summer every decade. 5/7
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Zack Labe Jun 12
Sea ice extent is currently the lowest on record for the inner Ocean basin. Melt is now beginning to advance along parts of the Siberian coast.
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IPBES Jun 18
Amidst conference, is experiencing record temps (21°C / 40°F above normal) and record melting for June, reaching about 45% of the ice sheet. In the , current ice coverage is the lowest on record for mid-June.
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Norway Ice Service 7h
The area from the ice chart for 20th Jun 2019 is 380,739 sq km. This is 29,563 sq km above the 1981-2010 average.
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H.G.R. Space & Tech Jun 16
photo highlights extreme melting.
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Ryan Uljua 2h
Coast Guard adds 3 weeks to ice breaking season as icebreakers head North | CBC News
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Canada Switzerland 15m
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CIRC 29m
Thanks to for your talk about Carbon Cycling in soil in ecosystems. First talk of a series held here at the research station.
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Nestor Araujo 7h
Fossil proves hyenas once roamed Arctic
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The Ice Age Jun 15
Records are falling at the top of the world. There's some really intense melting in the right now
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John Hill Jun 18
These 2 stories appeared one after the other in my feed today. Unprecendented ice melt and the new runway planned at . System blindness pervades. Declaring a climate emergency is more than words
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The Ice Age Jun 19
Fossil teeth prove hyenas roamed Canada's Plains around one million years ago
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Daniel Swain Jun 14
Incredible photograph showing what's it's like to retrieve scientific instrumentation atop sea ice during an early melt season. The brilliant blue waters are part of a vast but only inches-thick surface melt pond atop relatively thick sea ice that remains underneath. Wow!
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Lars Kaleschke Jun 16
This 7 day forecast means a huge loss of sea ice. Temperature anomaly map produced by
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Canadian Coast Guard 6h
It’s a pretty “cool” job ❄️! Last week, our Region team met in Burlington, ON to talk about priorities and plans to develop our newest region. Members also participated in an on-the-water exercise on Lake Ontario as crews prepared for their northern season.
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Klaus Dodds 14h
is going to be demanding a great deal more time and attention.....
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