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Hopefully a Cap and Trade type tax will fix this....:lol: :lol: :lol:

Freezing winters ahead due to melting Arctic Sea ice

Britain faces years of freezing winters because global warming is causing Arctic Sea ice to melt, researchers have found.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/9109106/Freezing-winters-ahead-due-to-melting-Arctic-Sea-ice.html
 

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the new model they are using to measure Arctic sea ice is considered flawed to say the least...



Overall, Arctic sea ice extent remained lower than average in January. However, in the Bering Sea, ice extent was much greater than normal. The heavy ice cover caused problems for fishermen and made for an arduous late-season resupply mission to Nome, Alaska.

As in December, ice extent was lower than normal on the Atlantic side of the Arctic, especially in the Barents Sea. However, on the other side of the Arctic, ice extent in the Bering Sea was much greater than average, reaching the second-highest levels for January in the satellite record.

The Arctic Oscillation also affects how sea ice moves in the Arctic, which can affect how much ice melts in the summer months. In December, when the AO was in its positive phase, ice was flowing from Siberia toward North America, and also south out of the Arctic through Fram Strait. That pattern favors a thinner, younger ice cover in the summer. In mid-January, the AO switched to its negative phase. In general, the negative phase of the AO tends to retain ice in the Arctic Ocean, leading to a stronger, more resilient summer sea ice cover. Ice motion charts for January confirm that in January, there was less motion across the pole and through Fram Strait but a stronger clockwise motion in the Beaufort Sea called the Beaufort Gyre.

by cherry picking data they make wild assumptions.. so much for science..

hopefully the next generation will learn that manipulated science is wrong and harmful..
 

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mage to left: Arctic Sea Ice: The image is that of a multi-year sea ice in the Arctic's (or North Pole) Beaufort Sea. Sea ice around the world combined covers an area as large as the United States, and has been found in the paper to possibly be on the increase. Credit: NOAA

Therefore, the paper indicates that some climate processes, like warmer air temperatures increasing the amount of sea ice, may go against what we would normally believe would occur.

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According to Markus, the impact of the northernmost and southernmost parts on Earth on climate in other parts of the globe can be explained by thermohaline circulation – the movement of ocean water that is caused by temperature and salinity variations in the ocean. Through this process, ocean circulation acts like a heat pump and determines our climate to a great extent. The deep and bottom water masses of the oceans make contact with the atmosphere only at high latitudes near or at the poles. In the polar regions, the water cools down and releases its salt upon freezing, a process that also makes the water heavier. The cooler, salty, water then sinks down and cycles back towards the equator. The water is then replaced by warmer water from low and moderate latitudes, and the process then begins again.
 
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