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Study on underwater methane release raises climate fears – The Washington Post

Listen 9 min Comment on this story Comment Gift Article A group of scientists this week said they have discovered new evidence of how methane deposits stored deep in the seafloor can break free — and they are now trying…

Dangerously large Arctic sea ice extent

Arctic sea ice extent was 5.88 million km² on August 21, 2022, larger in extent than in any of the years from 2010 through 2021 at this time of year, as illustrated by the image below.  At first glance, one…

A Prehistoric Climate Feedback Loop | The UCSB Current – The UCSB Current

Against the backdrop of a rapidly warming planet, the need to better understand the nature and long-term impact of positive climatic feedback loops — processes that accelerate the effects of warming — becomes critically important. One way to assess the…

Arctic sea ice August 2022

Ocean currents keep pushing heat toward the Arctic Ocean Arctic sea ice is getting very thin, as temperatures keep rising and ocean currents keeps pushing warm water toward the Arctic, as illustrated by the NOAA image below, showing sea surface temperatures in…

Arctic sea ice July 2022

Blue Ocean Event A Blue Ocean Event occurs when virtually all sea ice disappears and the surface color changes from white (sea ice) to blue (ocean). According to many, a Blue Ocean Event starts once Arctic sea ice extent falls…

Arctic sea ice June 2022 – why the situation is so dangerous

Arctic sea ice extent has fallen strongly in June 2022. On June 19, 2022, Arctic sea ice extent was among the lowest on record for the time of year, as illustrated by above image, adapted from the National Snow and…

Sediment Cores From Ocean Floor Could Contain 23-Million-Year-Old Climate Change Clues – Texas A&M University Today

Methane gas bubbles rising from the ocean floor Justin Kim Sediment cores taken from the Southern Ocean dating back 23 million years are providing insight into how ancient methane escaping from the seafloor could have led to regional or global…

Wake

by Malcolm Light ~ Wake represents the last chance for humanity to “Wake Up” to the extreme global extinction nightmare facing us; a Wake is also a Celtic “Death Watch” on our Planet Earth’s near term demise. ~ Above image…

Terrifying Arctic greenhouse gas levels continue

Very high greenhouse gas levels continue to show up over the Arctic. The image below, created with a Copernicus forecast for January 4, 2022, 03 UTC, shows methane at 500 hPa (equivalent to 500 mb). The image below is a…

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