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Arctic Ice Extent Now Likely Highest Level Since 2002 November 10, 2008

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Joseph D’Aleo

Joseph D’Aleo

Arctic Ice Extent Now Likely Highest Level Since 2002

From ICECAP, November 8, 2008

By Joseph D’Aleo

The latest daily arctic sea ice extent chart from IJIS shows the current year ice extent at the highest level in the record back to 2002. (2003 was missing).

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The daily extents on November 7 look like this:

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This represents an increase of 655,781 square kilometers over last November 7 or 7.4%. Side-by-side images from the Cryosphere show there is more ice on both the Pacific and Atlantic side this year. This is 44 days before the start of the Northern Hemisphere winter and 5 months before it will peak.

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See pdf here.

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1. tommoriarty - November 14, 2008

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ClimateSanity


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