Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Thinking of a NW Passage - US Navy predicts summer ice-free Arctic in 3 years if you trust Government

US Navy predicts summer ice-free Arctic in 3 years

The 2013 summer minimum in Arctic sea ice extent was 6 million square kilometers, 50% higher than the minimum in 2012, and Arctic sea ice has been within 1 standard deviation of the 1979-2000 mean throughout most of 2013. 

Based on this trend, according to The Guardian, the US Navy has predicted the Arctic will be summer ice free in 3 years.

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