Tag: Glaciers

Feb 17 2011

A basic overview of melting ice around the globe

I wrote this post for Skeptical Science as a basic rebuttal of the argument “Ice isn’t melting”. Contrary to contrarian claims, ice is melting at accelerating rates in the Arctic, Antarctica, Greenland, and glaciers all over the world. Arctic sea ice has shrunk by an area equal to Western Australia, and could be all gone …

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Mar 13 2010

Global Warming Contrarians Part 3: Hiding the Decline of Ice

In 2007, the Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded that global warming is unequivocal, and that serious impacts of global warming are already beginning to occur. The AR5 isn’t due until 2013, but in 2009, a non-IPCC report called the Copenhagen Diagnosis was released to provide an update …

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