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Arctic Sea Ice 2021

Re: Arctic Sea Ice 2021

Unread postby evilgenius » Thu 02 Sep 2021, 04:32:14

I tried to say I didn't see a record this year. I probably hemmed and hawed too much. What I am wondering about is what is happening throughout the rest of the globe. This year has been truly amazing for natural changes that reflect something about climate change, everywhere but the Arctic.

Why not the Arctic? Was some system in place that cut it off from what happened elsewhere? Did the weather patterns do something unexpected in the rest of the world that didn't need to involve the Arctic? What feedbacks fed mostly into the heat waves? Were they in place because the Arctic was cooler?
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Re: Arctic Sea Ice 2021

Unread postby evilgenius » Fri 03 Sep 2021, 04:32:33

The NSIDC site says it was low pressure over the Beaufort Sea. That makes sense.
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