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Below is a comparison of highest mean methane readings between three years, i.e. 2013, 2014 and 2015, at selected altitudes on March 10. The comparison indicates that the increase of methane in the atmosphere is accelerating,...
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Below is a comparison of highest mean methane readings between three years, i.e. 2013, 2014 and 2015, at selected altitudes on March 10. The comparison indicates that the increase of methane in the atmosphere is accelerating,...
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As Earth warms, the intensity of storms is rising across the globe. At least eight people died in Vanuatu, as it was hit by Cyclone Pam. "It hit Port Vila at an incredible 340 kilometres an hour", mentions a recent news repor...
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The image below shows that Arctic sea ice extent, on March 8, 2015, was merely 14.263 square km. What would happen if the Arctic sea ice decline continued, say, to under 11 million square km by end April and then followed a ...
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The question is, now that there is plain year to year evidence of heat hitting Arctic Methane ice and resultant CH4 release threatening to gun; Will the Power'-that-be, Corporate Worm squirm enough to give frame change a dance.
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Methane Levels Early 2015
arctic-news.blogspot.com

Below is a comparison of highest mean methane readings between three years, i.e. 2013, 2014 and 2015, at selected altitudes on March 10. The

Strong Winds And Waves Batter Arctic Sea Ice
arctic-news.blogspot.com

As Earth warms, the intensity of storms is rising across the globe. At least eight people died in Vanuatu, as it was hit by Cyclone Pam. "It

September 2015 without Arctic Sea Ice?
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The image below shows that Arctic sea ice extent, on March 8, 2015, was merely 14.263 square km. What would happen if the Arctic sea ice dec

Multiple Benefits Of Ocean Tunnels
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By Sam Carana and Patrick McNulty Comprehensive climate action will do more than just cutting emissions, it will also take further action, a

Climate Changed
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Our climate has changed, as illustrated by the image below. The left map shows temperatures of 40 degrees below zero moving down into North

WARNING - Planetary Omnicide between 2023 and 2031
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click on image to enlarge References and Further Reading - State Of Extreme Emergency, by Malcolm P.R. Light http://arctic-news.blogspot.com

Why are methane levels over the Arctic Ocean high from October to March?
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Water temperatures at different depth Why are methane concentrations in the atmosphere over the Arctic Ocean so high from October through to

Rain Storms Devastate Arctic Ice And Glaciers
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by Veli Albert Kallio The Norwegian Svalbard Islands are located just few hundred miles from the North Pole. It is a unique environment for

Temperature Rise
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Record High Temperatures in 2014 The year 2014 was the warmest year across global land and ocean surfaces since records began in 1880, write

Year 2014 Pictures Dire Situation
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The year 2014 is shaping up to be the warmest year on record and the heat is felt most strongly in the polar regions and in the oceans. Surf

Another Heatwave Hits Arctic
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As parts of Canada, Greenland and Russia are hit by -40 degrees temperatures (anomalies at the bottom end of the scale), parts of the Arctic

IPCC too conservative?
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1. Ocean Heat Below is what the IPCC says: Below is a graph produced by Sam Carana, based on observations. For more background, see this ear

How melting Arctic ice is driving harsh winters
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by Nick Breeze The very least 'global warming' could do for us is to give us warmer winters, right? Wrong, writes Nick Breeze, who met clima

Ocean Temperature Rise Continues
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Ocean Temperature Rise Of all the excess heat that results from people's emissions, 93.4% goes into oceans. Accordingly, the temperature of

Methane Erupting From East Siberian Arctic Shelf
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Methane is erupting in huge amounts from the seafloor of the Arctic Ocean, as illustrated by the image below, showing methane over the East

Ocean Temperature Rise
arctic-news.blogspot.com

Ocean Temperatures Of all excess heat resulting from people's emissions, 93.4% goes into oceans. Accordingly, the temperature of oceans has

U.S. hit by numerous earthquakes
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Of the 1495 earthquakes that hit the world over a period of seven days up to October 17, 2014, 05:04:30, UTC, 1404 occured in the map area o

Royal Society snubs important Arctic scientists and their research
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by Dorsi Diaz Nick Breeze interview with East Siberian Arctic Shelf researcher (ESAS) Dr. Natalia Shakhova on why the important news about m

Climate Change Accelerating
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Methane levels as high as 2562 ppb were recorded on October 9, 2014, as illustrated by the image below. Many grey areas show up in the image

Wild Weather Swings
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Above combination-image illustrates some of the wild temperature swings that are taking place on the Northern Hemisphere. While the average