Do Jet Streams Vanish with Arctic Sea-Ice? // Published on Apr 6, 2017
What happens to the jet streams when we lose all Arctic sea ice and snow cover?Do they vanish? Do they still exist as a weak remnant farther north? Does the 3 cell atmospheric circulation reduce to 2 cells or even 1 cell? It would be nice knowing these things, before they actually happen in a few short years.
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Jet Stream Shift 17 degrees Southward to Greenland
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Frequently called upon for commentary by fellow educators, activists, and public. Physicist, Engineer, and part-time professor at the University of Ottawa. His primary interest is joining-the-dots on Abrupt Climate System Change to determine where we are heading, and how fast, and what it all means for us and our amazing planet.