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New Study: East Antarctica Was Up To 6°C Warmer Than Today During The Medieval Warm Period

New Study: East Antarctica Was Up To 6°C Warmer Than Today During The Medieval Warm Period

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs recently as 2000 to 1000 years ago, spanning the Roman to Medieval Warm Periods, East Antarctica was 5-6°C warmer than it is today. The consequent ice melt resulted in >60 meters higher water levels in East Antarctica’s lakes. East Antarctica has been rapidly cooling in recent decades, with magnitudes reaching -0.7°C to -2.0°C […]

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Scientists: Antarctica Ice Sheet Thinned 400 Meters 5000 Years Ago, And Natural Oceanic Cycles Drive Climate

Scientists: Antarctica Ice Sheet Thinned 400 Meters 5000 Years Ago, And Natural Oceanic Cycles Drive Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday we present two papers on climate reconstruction using proxy data. One about East Antarctica and the other about belize. Hat-tip reader Mary Brown. AMO behind sea surface temperatures First we look at a paper authored by a team of German scientists: “Great Blue Hole (Lighthouse Reef, Belize): A continuous, annually-resolved record of Common […]

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New Study: An East Antarctica Region Has Cooled -0.7°C Per Decade Since The 1980s

New Study: An East Antarctica Region Has Cooled -0.7°C Per Decade Since The 1980s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists extend a 15-station East Antarctica record from 1986 to 2017 and find a -0.7°C per decade cooling (-1.4°C total) until 2006, but no trend from 2006-2017.  Doran et al (2002) reported “a net cooling on the Antarctic continent between 1966 and 2000”. Image Source: Doran et al., 2020 Obryk et al. (2020) – […]

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New Study: A Southern Ocean Site Has Just Cooled To Ice Age-Era Temperatures - 2°C Colder Than 20,000 Years Ago

New Study: A Southern Ocean Site Has Just Cooled To Ice Age-Era Temperatures – 2°C Colder Than 20,000 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new temperature reconstruction indicates today’s sea surface temperatures are colder than all but a few millennia out of the last 156,000 years. A Southern Ocean site analyzed in a new study (Ghadi et al., 2020) has averaged 1-2°C during glacials and 4°C during interglacials. Today, with a 410 ppm CO2 concentration, this location […]

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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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New Study Finds The Larsen Ice Shelf (Antarctic Peninsula) Has Cooled More Than 2°C Since 1991

New Study Finds The Larsen Ice Shelf (Antarctic Peninsula) Has Cooled More Than 2°C Since 1991

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTemperature stations along the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula indicate “marked statistically signficant cooling” has occurred since 1991, with the Larsen Ice Shelf cooling at a rate of -1.1°C per decade. Image Source: Bozkurt et al., 2020 Bozkurt et al., 2020 “Observed near-surface temperature trends indicate important contrasts between summer and autumn for the period […]

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End Of May Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In Five Years... No Evidence Of Warming Or Melting

End Of May Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In Five Years… No Evidence Of Warming Or Melting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOver the past 40 years of satellite observation, Antarctic sea ice defied global warming predictions and gained impressively. The mean temperature of the southern ice cap also shows no warming. In 2017, after decades of inconvenient rise, sea ice extent suddenly fell to record low level and panic activity among global warming alarmists began […]

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Antarctic Avery Ice Shelf "Prograding Considerably In Last 2 Decades", Team Of Scientists Find

Antarctic Avery Ice Shelf “Prograding Considerably In Last 2 Decades”, Team Of Scientists Find

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA newly released paper by Kumar et al looks at the changes and prediction of the Amery Ice Shelf (AIS) of East Antarctica using remote sensing data. The scientists found that the ice shelf is prograding (expanding), and not breaking apart like some alarmist scientists feared earlier. Image: cropped from Wikipedia.  Hat-tip: Mary Brown […]

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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 Study: Greenland's Largest Glacier Has Rapidly Thickened Since 2016...Fueled By 1.5°C Regional Ocean Cooling

New Study: Greenland’s Largest Glacier Has Rapidly Thickened Since 2016…Fueled By 1.5°C Regional Ocean Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGreenland’s largest glacier (Jakobshavn) has quite abruptly thickened since 2016. The thickening has been so profound the ice elevations are nearly back to 2010-2011 levels. The nearby ocean has cooled ~1.5°C – a return to 1980s-era temperatures. The world’s glaciers have not been following along with the CO2-driven catastrophic melting narrative. Alaska For example, […]

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Greta's, The Guardian's Latest Panic Attack Over Antarctica Record Ignores Cooling Trends Of Recent Decades

Greta’s, The Guardian’s Latest Panic Attack Over Antarctica Record Ignores Cooling Trends Of Recent Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn her latest panic attack, teenage Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg – citing the Guardian –  once again appeared to be proclaiming the end of the world was a step closer when she tweeted Antarctica has set a new record high temperature: 20,7°C on Seymour Island off Antarctica… https://t.co/OiIdlQIl6A — Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February […]

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Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin A few days ago we looked at the Antarctic peninsula stations and saw that over the past 2 decades 13 of 13 of these stations showed cooling trends. Today we look at 12 stations located at the eastern side of Antarctica, where temperatures are colder: Below the stations’ data […]

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