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Climate Alarmism Setting So-Called Arctic Records

Stories claiming global warming is setting all-time heat and wildfire records in Siberia and the Arctic continue to dominate media attention this week. Objective scientific evidence, however, shows the summer has brought similar heat and fire outbreaks to the Arctic…

Arctic sea ice could disappear completely within two months’ time

Arctic sea ice fell by 3.239 million km² in extent in 25 days (i.e. from July 1 to 25, 2020). Melting will likely continue for another two months. If it continues on its current trajectory, the remaining 6.333 million km²…

Arctic Sea Ice at Record Low for Time of Year

[ click on images to enlarge ] Arctic sea ice looks set to reach an all-time record low in September 2020. A Blue Ocean Event (BOE) is one of the many tipping points threatening to get crossed in the Arctic….

Record Arctic temperature raises global warming concerns – Vatican News

By Vatican News Reports that temperatures in a Russian town in the Arctic Circle likely reached a record 38C (100.4F), last weekend, have been approved by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) pending final verification, the United Nations specialized agency said…

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Leipzig research balloon becomes platform for Arctic atmosphere measurements in MOSAiC

(Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS)) After a preparatory period of about three years, observations that play an important role in studying the atmosphere in the Arctic will start at the end of June: For the first time the regular tethered balloon measurements conducted during the international MOSAiC expedition, are now being enhanced by a balloon that is considerably larger. With a capacity of 90 cubic metres it can be used to measure clouds and atmospheric radiation up to one and a half kilometres above the ice.

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2020 Siberian Heatwave continues

Very high temperatures hit Northern Europe and Eastern Siberia near the Arctic Ocean on June 18, 2020. This is a continuation of the heatwave that hit Siberia in May 2020. The image below, from an earlier post, shows temperature anomalies…

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2020 Siberian Heatwave continues

Very high temperatures hit Northern Europe and Eastern Siberia near the Arctic Ocean on June 18, 2020. This is a continuation of the heatwave that hit Siberia in May 2020. The image below, from an earlier post, shows temperature anomalies…

2020 Siberian Heatwave continues

Very high temperatures hit Northern Europe and Eastern Siberia near the Arctic Ocean on June 18, 2020. This is a continuation of the heatwave that hit Siberia in May 2020. The image below, from an earlier post, shows temperature anomalies…