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Little to No Summer ice in the Arctic
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The Hockey Schtick

Paper finds Arctic sea ice extent 8,000 years ago was less than half of the 'record' low 2007 level

Saturday, August 25, 2012

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A paper published in Science finds summer Arctic Sea Ice extent during the Holocene Thermal Maximum 8,000 years ago was "less than half of the record low 2007 level." The paper finds a "general buildup of sea ice from ~ 6,000 years before the present" which reached a maximum during the Little Ice Age and "attained its present (year 2000) extent at 4,000 years before the present.

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RE: Little to No Summer ice in the Arctic - by sunsettommy - 10-19-2018, 10:48 AM

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