Arctic Sea Ice (part 5)
A bracing analysis of the poster child of globalist alarmism: what you always wanted to know about Arctic sea ice but were afraid to ask
In part 4 of this series I promised to grab some Arctic land surface and sea surface temperature data and have a look see. I would have typed ‘have a look sea’ but considered that too groanworthy given my delicate head after a night of boozing and scoffing more dark chocolate than is good for me.
So… land surface temperature. Well, that’s an easy task for the magnificent KNMI climate explorer, for all I had to do was dial in some coordinates and ask for all GHCNd stations with at least 30 years worth of contiguous data records for mean land surface temperature. Some 282 Arctic stations were retrieved and their combined annual mean time series looks like this:
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