Category Archives: Sea Ice

On the Pause in Global Sea Ice Anomalies

I just finished the illustrations and text for another chapter of my upcoming book. The latest was about sea ice data. I believe you’ll be interested in one of the topics from that chapter.  As noted in the title of … Continue reading

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Greg Laden Once Again Expresses Something Other Than Fact

In a recent visit to Steve Goddard’s blog, I came across the post Climate Scientists Always Trying To Rewrite Their Own History.  It’s about a Tweet by Greg Laden, in which Laden states: .@LesJohnsonHrvat @SteveSGoddard @PeterGleick AGW Models do NOT predict … Continue reading

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How Much of an Impact Does the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation Have on Arctic Sea Ice Extent?

UPDATE:  Corrected a couple of typos. Strike-throughs are followed by corrections.  Thanks to Steve C for finding them on the cross post at WattsUpWithThat. HHHHHHHHHHHHHH This post presents reference graphs and a discussion of the effects of the Atlantic Multidecadal … Continue reading

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