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Blue Ocean Event 2022?

Blue Ocean Event 2022?

Here is Margo’s latest video. The image on the below shows a NASA Worldview satellite image of a blue Beaufort Sea (with Barrow, Alaska, at the top left, on September 7, 2022).  Arctic News, 8 September, 2021 The image shows that there is a lot of open water between the coast of Alaska and the sea ice. To determine where there is open water and where the sea ice starts can be hard; the sea ice is often covered by…

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Methane has undergone rapid acceleration and scientists say it may be due to atmospheric changes

Methane has undergone rapid acceleration and scientists say it may be due to atmospheric changes

Despite the following tweet, my suspicion is they will look ANYWHERE but at methane clathrates in the Arctic Ocean. That continues to be taboo.   Methane much more sensitive to global heating than previously thought – study Greenhouse gas has undergone rapid acceleration and scientists say it may be due to atmospheric changes Wildfires behind Los Angeles in 2016. An increase in wildfires may have pumped more carbon monoxide into the atmosphere and altered the chemical balance. Photograph: Ringo HW Chiu/AP…

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New Zealand wants to tax livestock burps

New Zealand wants to tax livestock burps

The timing is immaculate given the worldwide attack on agriculture and the production of food. For context, let’s first see what New Zealand’s contribution to global methane emissions are (from just one day): This is what expert on Arctic ice, Peter Wadhams had to say about a previous report PETER WADHAMS: “I FELT MY HEART SINK WHEN I SAW THIS WORTHLESS REPORT.” “The two bizarre aspects of this are: 1. The politicians talk about taking big bold actions (in a…

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Holes the size of city blocks are forming in the Arctic seafloor

Holes the size of city blocks are forming in the Arctic seafloor

An autonomous underwater vehicle is recovered after completing a seafloor mapping mission in the Arctic Ocean. The remotely operated vehicle (foreground) is used to conduct visual surveys of the newly mapped seafloor. (CNN) Marine scientists have discovered deep sinkholes — one larger than a city block of six-story buildings — and ice-filled hills that have formed “extraordinarily” rapidly on a remote part of the Arctic seafloor. Mapping of Canada’s Beaufort Sea, using a remotely operated underwater vehicle and ship-mounted sonar,…

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CAMS changes their “interpretation” of methane data

CAMS changes their “interpretation” of methane data

I have been moving away from routine reporting of Arctic ice and methane largely because it is fraught and I realised at the end of the melt season that most of the official reporting is nothing less than distortion.  Now, following on from COP-26 we have CAMS moving from a “o-suite” to an “e-suite”, something they explain in pure bureaucratic jargon that leaves one none the wiser. Presumably, the levels were not being reflected correctly so now we have things…

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What is happening to CAMS data on methane?

What is happening to CAMS data on methane?

I don’t foray so frequently into observations of the Arctic ice but Margo has just alerted me to this. This is today’s surface methane readings from today.  There have been no readings since the 1 December. Here is a comparison with Margo’s last analysis However, it was the view at 500 hPa that blew my mind. A couple of years ago CAMS made an adjustment to the colour ledger to make it appear things appeared better than what they were….

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Climate News from Siberia

Climate News from Siberia

Unlike the western media which is full of propaganda about what COULD happen unless we accept the agenda set out for us and imposed on the population. Snow on strike in the world’s coldest region, as temperatures in Siberia go 4 to 12C above the norm By The Siberian Times reporter 03 November 2021 Locals in southern Yakutia share surprise over bare ground, as Russia’s leading meteorologist says some areas of Siberia are 12C too mild. Bare ground outside the town…

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Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Roundup with Margo (Oct. 17, 2021)

Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Roundup with Margo (Oct. 17, 2021)

Given people’s proclivity to only recognise only one problem (usually one that threatens people personally) I imagine that this will get scant attention. Please note the huge increase of global methane from the NOAA data. Please note, the METOP-2 satellite (renamed METOP- A) has been terminated. I cannot imagine in a situation where everything is breaking down and supply lines are being disrupted that this will be rectified any time soon Meanwhile, the reliable, Navy site is down for another…

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Rapidly-deteriorating ice in the Arctic

Rapidly-deteriorating ice in the Arctic

The whole of the Arctic basin is covered in heavy cloud, covering up what is happening to the ice. We can get a clue from an area to the NE of Greenland where the Naval site shows some of the very last thick ice (2 meters thick) remains. If that is happening there what is the thick cloud covering up? This is very alarming.   This is from the only area that is relatively free of cloud today. Perhaps if…

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