Monday, March 13, 2006

Climate change skeptic (II)

If global warming caused the Bering Sea ice area to drop from about 200,000 square kilometers above average in late January to almost the same amount below average today, how did it get to be above average in January? (Reference here)

And why does the Rutgers Global Snow Lab data show that through January, the Northern Hemisphere areal coverage was about 1 million square kilometers above average, with a negative anomaly in the North American region being more than compensated by a large positive anomaly (of about 2 million square kilometers) over Europe and Asia?

If it's only showing up as a regional or monthly variation, it's NOT global warming. Could we have some better science reporting please?

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