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Cooling In Eurasia, North America, Africa, Australia, South America, Greenland, Antarctica Undercuts 'Global' Warming

Cooling In Eurasia, North America, Africa, Australia, South America, Greenland, Antarctica Undercuts ‘Global’ Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn recent decades there have been “notable cooling trends” throughout many regions of the globe according to several new studies. A year ago NoTricksZone (NTZ) announced Greenland Has Been Cooling In Recent Years – 26 Of Its 47 Largest Glaciers Now Stable Or Gaining Ice. Six months ago NTZ cited several scientific papers indicating […]

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Iceland Temperature Trends Show There's More To Climate Change Than Just Trace Gas CO2

Iceland Temperature Trends Show There’s More To Climate Change Than Just Trace Gas CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNOTE: Sorry about putting up the wrong chart earlier. Now the correct chart for Iceland is up. I was in a rush today and so was a bit less than diligent. -PG (When the wife says be ready by 7 pm, she means it!) ====================================== By Kirye, and P. Gosselin Iceland is situated in […]

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New Study: Arctic Waters Were 4°C Warmer Than Today And Nearly Sea-Ice Free Year-Round ~4100 Years Ago

New Study: Arctic Waters Were 4°C Warmer Than Today And Nearly Sea-Ice Free Year-Round ~4100 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday, the region north of Svalbard is encrusted with sea ice for all but a few weeks per year and summer sea surface temperatures (SSTs) hover near 0°C.  Scientists (Brice et al., 2020) have determined this same region had sea ice-free conditions last about 10 months per year while SSTs reached 4°C just ~4100 […]

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German AWI Research Vessel Gets Stuck In Arctic: "Two-Year Drift Ice Too Thick"

German AWI Research Vessel Gets Stuck In Arctic: “Two-Year Drift Ice Too Thick”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlfred Wegener Institute (AWI) climatologists remain involuntarily stuck in thick pack ice while two sister ships remain waiting in a fjord at Spitsbergen. Let’s see how long this is going to take. Hat-tip: Snowfan Inconvenient sea ice. German Polarstern research vessel stuck in “two-year” ice, 500 km from Spitsbergen. Image: MOSAIC.  German icebreaker and […]

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New Study Indicates Iceland Must Have Been 3°C Warmer During The Early Holocene To Match The Glacier Record

New Study Indicates Iceland Must Have Been 3°C Warmer During The Early Holocene To Match The Glacier Record

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the Early Holocene, when CO2 levels lingered near 260 ppm, ice core records suggest surface temperatures in Iceland were about 3°C warmer than today. Iceland’s extensive lakes and glaciers topography provides a verifiable history of the region’s paleoclimates. For example, scientists can infer summer temperatures 3°C warmer than today in Iceland to account […]

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Polar Ice Surprises!  Svalbard Well Over Average, Arctic Ice Remains Steady, Antarctic Ice Growing

Polar Ice Surprises! Svalbard Well Over Average, Arctic Ice Remains Steady, Antarctic Ice Growing

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPolar ice showing longer term stability. No basis for behind claims of a rapid melt.  By Kirye and Pierre Gosselin We keep hearing how the ice at the poles is supposedly disappearing rapidly, yet a look at the latest data show this is not the case. Polar ice has remained steady for the last […]

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New Studies Show Cloud Cover Changes Have Driven Greenland Warming And Ice Melt Trends Since The 1990s

New Studies Show Cloud Cover Changes Have Driven Greenland Warming And Ice Melt Trends Since The 1990s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists now acknowledge cloud cover changes “control the Earth’s hydrological cycle”, “regulate the Earth’s climate”, and “dominate the melt signal” for the Greenland ice sheet via modulation of absorbed shortwave radiation.  CO2 goes unmentioned as a contributing factor. Image Source: Hahn et al., 2020 Climate modeling of factors influencing Greenland warming, surface melt have […]

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A New 1796-2013 Greenland Reconstruction Shows It Was Warmer In The 1920s-1940s - And No Hockey Sticks

A New 1796-2013 Greenland Reconstruction Shows It Was Warmer In The 1920s-1940s – And No Hockey Sticks

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new reconstruction for SE Greenland (1796-2013) shows temperatures have risen and fallen without any hockey-stick-like trajectories for the last 200+ years. Temperatures were warmer than today in the 1920s and 1940s and even briefly during the 1800s. If rising CO2 concentrations are a driver of Arctic warming, the 19th and 20th centuries should […]

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Is Greenland Warming, Melting? Hell No! NASA Data Show No Warming In Nearly 100 Years!

Is Greenland Warming, Melting? Hell No! NASA Data Show No Warming In Nearly 100 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Recently I tweeted that according to NASA GHCN V3 data, three of 4 stations in Iceland saw no warming from 1922 – 2018: In Iceland, 3 of 4 stations have been a cooling or there has been no warming trend from 1922 to 2018, according to GHCN V3 Unadjusted […]

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Sweden Glacier Melt Far More Rapid In Mid 20th Century Than Today. Arctic Sea Ice Now Stabilizing

Sweden Glacier Melt Far More Rapid In Mid 20th Century Than Today. Arctic Sea Ice Now Stabilizing

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent paper published in the Swedish journal Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography authored by Holmlund and Holmlund, found that the strongest melts of the Storglaciären in Sweden occurred between the 1930s and 1960s. The glacier mass then even increased from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s. According to the authors, geodetic […]

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Dwarf Mammoths, Giant Camels, And Warmth-Demanding Plants Point To A 6-22°C Warmer-Than-Today Arctic

Dwarf Mammoths, Giant Camels, And Warmth-Demanding Plants Point To A 6-22°C Warmer-Than-Today Arctic

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSeveral new studies use evidence from temperature-sensitive plant species and megafauna remains to reconstruct an Arctic climate that was 6°C to 22°C warmer than today when CO2 concentrations lingered near 300 ppm. Navigating the Arctic Ocean William Barentsz discovered Arctic Svalbard as he sailed through an open-water Arctic Ocean using a wooden boat in […]

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New Research: Polar Bears' Seal Diet Hasn't Changed...Their Body Condition Is Best After Sea Ice Breaks Up

New Research: Polar Bears’ Seal Diet Hasn’t Changed…Their Body Condition Is Best After Sea Ice Breaks Up

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe perspective that polar bears  are endangered by global warming because reduced sea ice limits their seal-hunting opportunities is contradicted by observations of (a) polar bears thriving (body condition) during melt season, and (b) no trends in reduced seal consumption by polar bears in the 21st century. From the 1880s to 1940s, the Arctic’s […]

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