Climate on Steroids in the Arctic, Blue Ocean Event 2020?

It has long be debated, estimated, projected when the Arctic Ocean becomes essentially ice free, in terms of the so called Blue Ocean definition – typically defined as less than 1 million square kilometers of ice, or less than 10% of the basin. YALE: Relentless high pressure and cloud-free skies have allowed the Arctic Ocean’s sea…

Further Evidence suggests Arctic Ocean Methane Storage getting Unstable

Experts of the field in studying one of the most puzzling regions in the Arctic for methane emissions, the East Siberian Arctic Shelf (ESAS) reported last October about the largest readings since studies started there 15 years ago. The region is known to be particular important due to it’s size, and low water depth, with…

Arctic Amplification, Sea Ice, Jet Stream, Polar Vortex, and Weather

CREDITS U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT The Global Implications of Arctic Climate Change https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDhIBEiJMdQ SHELL Oil’s Stark Climate Change Warning from 1991 https://climatestate.uscreen.io/programs/shell-oils-stark-climate-change-warning-from-1991 “Arctic Amplification” of Global Warming | Prof. Philip Wookey | TEDxHeriotWattUniversity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5a5DJVcSh8A NASA Earth Science Week: Climate Change & The Global Ocean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLR-DtxfHPY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Fresh Water in the Arctic — Changing Planet…

Arctic Ocean Anomalies

‘Atlantification’ of Arctic sea tipping it towards new climate regime https://www.carbonbrief.org/atlantification-arctic-sea-tipping-towards-new-climate-regime Scientists are keeping a close eye on the Beaufort Gyre https://www.pri.org/stories/2018-01-06/scientists-are-keeping-close-eye-beaufort-gyre In a Spin: New Insights into the Beaufort Gyre https://eos.org/editors-vox/in-a-spin-new-insights-into-the-beaufort-gyre SUPPLEMENTAL North Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Salinity Anomaly Maps North Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Height Anomaly Maps North Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Temperature…

Climate Scientist speaks on the current Climate Situation

Thom Hartmann interviewed climate scientist Michael Mann in July 2019, here is a summary of it with a scope on our emissions, sea level rise, and what happens in the Arctic. SPEAKER Michael E. Mann, Penn State University https://twitter.com/MichaelEMann CREDITS The Thom Hartmann ProgramAdditional video by WWF https://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/our-planet NASAMusic by Gilde Flores / Epic Stock…

Video: Enhanced Seismic Activity Observed in Alaska Due To Climate Change

With news breaking that Alaska just had its warmest March to May on record with a statewide average temperature of 32.6°F, 8.6°F above the long-term average – the previous warmest spring in Alaska was in 2016, one must ask how this performs in relation to seismicity. Read the study excerpts of, Enhanced Seismic Activity Observed in Alaska Due…

Study: Enhanced Seismic Activity Observed in Alaska Due To Climate Change

With news breaking that Alaska just had its warmest March to May on record with a statewide average temperature of 32.6°F, 8.6°F above the long-term average – the previous warmest spring in Alaska was in 2016, one must ask how this performs in relation to seismicity. First we learn that according to the University of…

NOAA’s Arctic Report Card 2018

Arctic Report Card: Update for 2018 – Tracking recent environmental changes, with 14 essays prepared by an international team of 81 scientists from 12 different countries and an independent peer-review organized by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme of the Arctic Council. See https://www.arctic.noaa.gov/Report-Card Release https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XntO9a-NpeM

NASA’s 2018 Permafrost Special “All Hell Breaks Lose”

This week, #NASAExplorers head back in time…by going underground. In the Arctic, a frozen layer of soil – permafrost – trapped dead plants and animals for thousands of years. As the climate warms, that soil is beginning to thaw, releasing carbon dioxide and methane. Release via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7ZbghndiwQ

Global Warming Affecting Summer Heat, Surprises Scientists

Scientist point to the manifestation of a persistent heat spell in many parts around the globe, this summer. Climate expert and science editor for Axios, Andrew Freedman https://twitter.com/afreedma speaks about the climate-weather teleconnections with CBSN anchor. Release via https://www.cbsnews.com/news/carbon-in-soil-dirt-making-climate-change-worse-study-says