Alaska sea ice increased in March 2009 to greater than 1979 levels. A colleague in Alaska sent us images from the National Snow and Ice Data Center Boulder Colorado showing more sea ice along the coast of Alaska than in 1979, and asked did we read about this in the media? We hadn’t. Did you? Our colleague went on to comment: “Polar bears should have no problem at all”. An archive of sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic from the 1979 to present can be accessed at: http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index/ (Ref. climate, ocean, environment)
Evidence News 8 April 2009
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