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All of us, liberals, conservatives and journalists, have become well enough educated on the difference between weather and climate to know that the answer is "no." One cold winter, one great ski season, one year when Artist Point never gets to open
According to NASA, the ice melting season won’t be that alarming this year. Last year was unkind to icebergs of Arctic oceans; because of high rise the increase in ice melting, shrank the ice cap over the Arctic Ocean to a record low.
A British adventurer has died during an attempt to cross part of the Greenland ice sheet with two colleagues. Philip Goodeve-Docker, 30, was taking part in the unsupported 400-mile trek with friends Andy Norman, 33, and expedition leader Roan Hackney.
The Arctic ice cap is melting and with it goes our future by News Sources on September 27, 2012 Satellite data reveal how the new record low Arctic sea ice extent, from Sept. 16, 2012, compares to the average minimum extent over the past 30 years (in
It's a trigger that leads to more warming at a regional level, but also leads to flow-on effects through other systems,'' said Will Steffen, the chief adviser on global warming science to Australia's Climate Commission. There are about 14 known ''
Further north than expected, the Arctic Sunrise reaches the edge of the ice cap The Greenpeace ship must press deeper into the ice to allow the scientists to find the right ice floe to begin their research Two polar bears hunt on the polar ice cap.
R euters photographer Lucas Jackson takes a self portrait while waiting for a nuclear submarine to surface through the ice near the Applied Physics Lab Ice Station in the Arctic north of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska...The new digital 'Deep Siren' tactical
Vanishing ... the Arctic ice cap is likely to disappear by the middle of this century...The ice cap had contracted to just over 4 million square kilometres, about 77,000 square kilometres smaller than the previous record low in 2007, data from the
As the pictures below dramatically make clear, the size of the Arctic's floating ice cap has diminished massively over the last 30 years, lending evidence to the theory we are in a period of global warming. The thicker ice, known as multi-year ice,
A study of the National Park area of Dartmoor, in south west England, shows for the first time that an ice cap and valley glaciers were present in its centre and that the naturally castellated stone outcrops, known as tors, were survivors. The new