Antarctic Sea Ice Sets Yet Another Record For Expanding Ice


By: - Climate DepotJanuary 16, 2014 5:01 PM with 0 comments

The earth continues to accumulate sea ice. 

Global sea ice area above normal for 50 consecutive days, since November 20, 2013

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With the South Pole well above average. Antarctic sea ice area above normal for 777 straight days, anomaly growing 20 Manhattans a day

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December 31 Global Sea Ice Area (Both Arctic & Antarctic Ice Combined) Was The Largest Ever Recorded For The Date

‘Planet Earth currently has the most sea ice ever measured this time of year’

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Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Is So High It May Set A Record For Highest Minimum of All time

Global sea ice area above normal for 50 consecutive days, since November 20, 2013 

Flashback: UN IPCC 2007 Report: Antarctic Sea Ice Declining

UN IPCC 2007 Report: Antarctic Sea Ice Declining:

Peer-reviewed paper: Antarctic Sea Ice Increasing: ‘Antarctic sea ice area is not retreating but has slowly increased since satellite measurements began in 1979′ – Published in Journal of Geophysical Research in June 2013 — ‘If Prof Chris Turney had used real world data instead of climate models, he and his team might not have set off on a wild goose chase.’

‘Freezing Is the New Warming’: 2014 ‘is looking like another bad year for global warming’

Sydney Morning Herald Promotes Skeptics: ‘Game Finally Up For Carboncrats’ – ‘The climate-change Cassandras are increasingly marginalized here and abroad’