Tag Archives: Arctic Sea Ice Concentration

What’s Up Or Down: Extent, Thickness, Volume, Thermodynamics of Arctic Sea-Ice

What’s up (down) with Arctic Sea-Ice: Extent, Thickness, Volume Dynamics and Thermodynamics // Sep 12, 2019 In September, 2012 Arctic sea ice extent (regions with at least 15% sea ice concentration) set a record low extent, far below any previous … Continue reading

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Arctic Sea-Ice is much THINNER Than we Thought

Arctic Sea-Ice is much THINNER Than we Thought // Published on Oct 27, 2017 The thickness, and thus volume of remaining Arctic sea-ice is much less than we think. In late winter, what we thought was 3 ft thick ice … Continue reading

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Rapid Climate Change and Impacts for Environmental Assessment, Six Videos

In this series of 6 videos I discuss how climate change has worsened greatly in 2016, and what we can expect in the next few years. I try to bring the wrenching global changes to the local level and give … Continue reading

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