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apple.news/Amhx0pGfhTFSC8_YbrywuLQ The news doesn’t get better. Again, science works to explain why things happen, but any sailor or farmer could have told the scientists this was happening.

Zombie Ice Will Not Return

apple.news/A4bS7lqHOQeqbozqWrx502Q Glacial ice melt in Greenland alone means sea water levels will rise from at least 3 inches to more than 10 inches by the end of this century. If I live my expected life span of 10pm years, I will have witnessed sea level changes that alter the costs and borders of the globe.…

Antarctica ice loss is higher than previously thought.

apple.news/AC0nSsJzWQfCOCESm-9rHSQ Glaciers in Antarctica are crumbling at a faster pace, with mess less new ice cover than needed to sustain the glaciers. Glacial ice locks up water, protecting the sea level from rising. As glaciers on the southernmost continent melt, sea levels rise, causing coastal flooding throughout the world.

The Patrushev Family lays heavy hand on Arctic energy | The Independent Barents Observer

The youngest son in the powerful FSB family is gaining control over key assets on the Russian Arctic shelf. — Read on thebarentsobserver.com/en/industry-and-energy/2022/08/patrushev-family-lays-heavy-hand-arctic-energy As Russia tries to increase its oil drilling presence, these ruthless corporations are drilling and repositioning rigs for higher production. Russia has little interest in sustaining the Arctic if it means a…

Climate Dynamics Are More Involved Than Commonly Thought

apple.news/AZnSwao9QR1CpXpGu-sedrA The expert views expressed in this article seem simplistic. Loss of sea ice – more wildfires. Increments of global warming caused by the burning of fossil fuels and by other factors such as industrial release of warm water are major principals of this climate. There is no evidence that this is a natural cycle…

1922 Report Was Altered Later

apple.news/Atnm2nd_PT-iazyqcRz14nQ Although a report about Arctic climate change was filed by the U.S. government in 1922, a later addition seemed to predict rising sea levels and the flooding of cities. This addition has nothing to do with the original report. Also, great short video about endangered polar bears. We will continue to lose sea ice…

More glacial melt, higher sea levels

apple.news/ArkFpjp-5SeGcYpjHeoXdVA The correlation is measurable. As Arctic ice caps melt, the sea level rises, along with salinity dropping. Greenland and Svalbard, among other glacial land masses, are losing fresh water ice at faster rates than before the 2000s. It will take drastic measures, such as eliminating carbon emissions, to stop this dangerous trend.

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