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Saturday, June 28, 2008

Multi-year Arctic Sea Ice Gone, June 2008

Arctic Sea Ice, Day 146, 2008



Arctic Sea Ice, Day 176, 2008

2 comments:

FredT said...

Hi Teney,

it's my first visit on your blog... obviously we browse our same bookmarks every day! unfortunately I have no time to compile links as you brilliantly do. I perhaps have 2-3 more interesting sources, drop me a mail if you're interested.

About today pictures : are you sure it's not some artifact image hiding older/thicker ice?

And, you missed the Iceland Bears story: this summer so far 2 polar bears arrived in Iceland (and were shot)

Cassandra_Moderna said...

Dear fredt,

Thank you for your comment.

Please feel free to leave those links here for me to check out.

I tend not to post stories like that of the two polar bears because they are not really relevant to the science. I try to post what I consider to be pieces to the puzzle.

Recently, I bought a laptop and was worried about how to save my bookmarks, but there is a function in Mozilla that will save the bookmarks in a text file, and it is quite handy.

I am reasonably sure that the multi-year ice is gone because I watched it move in the direction of Banks Island over a period of 3 months.