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  1. What are the chances that therese earthquakes are part of the reason for the big drops in extent. Surely water would amplify the effect and make any earthquake hit the ice harder and force some fracturing and losses on the extremes whilst any fractures near the pole would probably just refreeze in the current temperatures. Just something that I was wondering.
  2. THank you for submitting that video. If that comes off it will be brilliant.
  3. Could you please say where you have posted that forecast. thank you
  4. I must disagree, I always look forward to a very cold guy fawkes night where you can see your own breath.
  5. Could you please tell me where I can find this ENSO forecast. Thank you
  6. I thought that the August storm that is talked about even now crippled what was otherwise going to be a melt season that would have matched the previous couple of years. Plenty of links below http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/arctic-storm.html http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/2012/08/a-summer-storm-in-the-arctic/ http://www.met.reading.ac.uk/~arctic/presentations/Arctic_storms_Ben_Harvey.pdf
  7. is this a science paper or a periodical especially as it says magazine on the front cover
  8. Couldn't agree more. Gave up trying to comment and learn a long time ago.
  9. Has anyone noticed that the north pole camera has been pushed over. You can clearly see footprints in one picture and the in the next one the camera is over !!
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