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Another Russian Scientist: Arctic Is Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYet another Russian scientist believes the Arctic is set for cooling and thus increasing sea ice, this reported in the German version of the Russian online news RIA NOVOSTI (see links below). Scientist Vladimir Sokolov says: The warming that occurred in the Arctic has swung back to cooling and sea ice that melted over […]

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr Oleg Pokrovsky has kindly taken the time to provide further information on his recent remarks, which have been widely quoted. We thank him for doing so. He writes as follows and includes a link to a ppt. presentation (see below): Dear Colleagues, Thank you for discussion of my conclusions presented at recent IPY conference […]

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Russian Scientist: 4% More Antarctic Sea Ice – Ozone Hole Cooling Antarctica

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe April 21, 2010 German edition of the Russian news website RIA Novosti has a piece with a possible explanantion as to why Antarctic sea ice is expanding while the rest of the globe is warming. http://de.rian.ru/science/20100421/126005955.html A Russian scientist believes it is due to the ozone hole over the South Pole. According to Alexander […]

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Russian Scientist: Expect Cooling – Pols Sitting On The Wrong Horse

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Share this…FacebookTwitterhttp://de.rian.ru/science/20100423/126040500.html In the German edition of Ria Novosti, Russian scientist Oleg Pokrovsky of the Main Geophysical Observatory says the world should expect cooling – and not warming – and that this will interfere with Russia’s plans to exploit the Arctic’s rich resources. The climate has been cooling since 1998. At a climate research conference […]

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