Monday, February 11, 2008


Arctic Sea Ice, Again

I had dinner with old friends on Saturday and talked a bit about Flux Density Values until someone fell asleep face down in the dessert. There was talk about the loss of ice at the North Pole. No, I said. All fixed now. The Arctic Ocean is now almost completely covered by sea ice. Indeed, 8 of the 14 areas up there have more ice than normal. Five have less and one area is a push. Except for the approach to Murmansk and the White Sea, in the Barents Sea northeast of Norway, which has visibly less ice than normal, everything is fine.


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