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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Arctic Sea Ice Coming Back Strong After a Very Unusual 2012, Looks Almost Normal Range Now

I found a good resource for sea ice.    I had to parse together the 2013 and earlier data with the 2014 and into 2015 data, which wasn't hard, just surprised the host site hadn't done that after a full month.


Here is the total sea ice data, Arctic, This is an Excel Download so you can review all the data
https://app.box.com/s/176aswlhgdjz62u14xabdl0xgx8kd3yz

Here is that same data, but sorted so that each day of each year is next to the same day, i.e. all Jan 1 all next to each other.

This creates a neat graph that shows the range of ice on a particular day

https://app.box.com/s/g1p7rs032g4ay74mmocq2ei7lxyb5omy

Here is the chart, with the 2015 data marked as black boxes

hmmmmmm
The source data is here
http://nsidc.org/data/nsidc-0051.html



Here is a video by Alexander Higgins, he had a great radiation monitoring blog, when his house got wiped out by Sandy.


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