Exploring Hydrocarbon Depletion
dissident wrote:Nice graph showing the swirling round the toilet bowl on the way down. We're almost flushed.
Too bad so many can't grasp the relevance of this and many other environmental indicators.
dohboi wrote:And yeah, T, it's nice to have absolute temps as well to compare. But a large anomaly on the hot side this time of year does suggest, at least, that you won't have the kind of increases in ice formation that you would normally expect to have. Right?
But yeah, you would need to have absolute temps to know whether actual (surface) melt is to be expected, that along with indications of (lack of) cloudiness.
[and this could realistically be the year it happes, 83+ years ahead of the 2005 model pedictions.
[/quote]onlooker wrote:[and this could realistically be the year it happes, 83+ years ahead of the 2005 model pedictions.
Yes, from the condition of the ice to the degree of warmth intruding now into the Arctic, it seems we are poised to officially call a blue ocean event. We=someone. Then I think we may have to then expect truly dramatic events to happen.
The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) in Boulder, Colorado, which tracks sea ice trends, warned in a news release on Tuesday that satellite data gaps may soon cause sea ice observations to go dark for a few years. The specific timeframe they're concerned about is the period between now and 2023.
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