Arctic Sea Ice Continues Its Record GrowthPosted: October 10, 2015
Wasn’t Carbon dioxide, aka “carbon pollution” meant to have melted Arctic sea ice completely away by now?
Why then is Arctic Sea Ice currently breaking record growth cycles?
Am I missing something?
After the shortest melt season on record, Arctic sea ice extent has grown almost two million km² and is now approaching the highest extent for the date in the last ten years.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado of course fails to mention any of this in their October 6 report.