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Igor Semiletov interviewed

Igor Semiletov interviewed

Sources of Arctic Methane | Igor Semiletov | Unseen footage of methane plumes from 2020 voyage | pt1 The whole series will also be published on https://climateseries.com and https://genn.cc This is part 1 in series of three posts on methane releases from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf recorded in 2021. This is the first in a miniseries discussing the ongoing work in the Russian Arctic talking to Dr Igor Semiletov, one of the lead scientists who has been studying the…

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Looking at the Arctic Sea Ice Maximum, Methane & Climate Roundup with Margo (April 4, 2021)

Looking at the Arctic Sea Ice Maximum, Methane & Climate Roundup with Margo (April 4, 2021)

  Margo reviews methane data from CAMS for Friday, 4/2/21 & NOAA for Saturday, 4/4/21. She also shows the current state of the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice and looks at Climate Reanalyzer and recent earthquakes. Margo also shares two recent articles regarding the Arctic.    

Media ADMITS to methane deposits starting to release

Media ADMITS to methane deposits starting to release

Until today this has been roundly denied with Yale University putting out a series of videos a year or so ago ‘Sleeping giant’ Arctic methane deposits starting to release, scientists find Exclusive: expedition discovers new source of greenhouse gas off East Siberian coast has been triggered     The Guardian, 27 October, 2020   Scientists have found evidence that frozen methane deposits in the Arctic Ocean – known as the “sleeping giants of the carbon cycle” – have started to be released over a large…

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Scientific paper: The destruction of permafrost in the Laptev Sea provokes methane emissions

Scientific paper: The destruction of permafrost in the Laptev Sea provokes methane emissions

I do not have the time to do this justice right now. But, in brief, it seems to confirm what we already know from observations. Scientific paper discusses extensive release of methane from the East Siberian Arctic Ocean   This is the paper, just published.         PNAS , March 9, 2021  Significance Extensive release of methane from sediments of the world’s largest continental shelf, the East Siberian Arctic Ocean (ESAO), is one of the few Earth system processes that can cause a…

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The Arctic sea ice IS RETREATING in one part of the Arctic – in early November

The Arctic sea ice IS RETREATING in one part of the Arctic – in early November

The Arctic sea ice IS RETREATING in one part of the Arctic – in early November. We are being told that the Arctic is refreezing although the ice is paper thin. Meanwhile, in the Bering Sea and above Western Siberia the ice, shockingly, has been RETREATING in the past few days. For more detail see – Looking at Methane, Arctic Sea Ice & Earthquakes with Margo (Nov. 8, 2020)

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