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July Sea Ice Melt

31 July 2010
Climate change

At http://pgosselin.wordpress.com July 2010 … is this the slowest melting July since AMSR-E satellite data was recorded (referring to summer ice melt). It has stopped melting he says, and AGWs have their bets on that not happening. They think maximum melt will come in August – still some weeks of counter claim to come. Pierre Gosselin asks why when June was full of media reports about melting ice in the Arctic there is a studied silence on the July figures – or numbers only mentioning the first week of July. Clear evidence that El Nino warm surface water has finally percolated into the Arctic Ocean and dissipated – or gone under the ice to do its deadly work of making liquid water out of frozen water.


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