Thursday, March 24, 2011

Not enough ice in the Arctic for warmist Revkin: Calls 248,000 Manhattans of ice "pretty minimal"

Strangely, he also suggests that a melt season starting one day later than average is a "head start". - North Pole Ice Maximum Pretty Minimal
The long slide toward summer Arctic sea-ice minimum gets head start as reports maximum extent, reached around March 7, tied for lowest since ‘79.
Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis
Since the start of the satellite record in 1979, the maximum Arctic sea ice extent has occurred as early as February 18 and as late as March 31, with an average date of March 6.

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