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July 22, 2014

MASIE Arctic July 22 2014 – It’s Melting … Slowly

July 22 2014  MASIE Update – It’s Melting … Slowly

Data here.

Region 115 days ago End Last 114 Last 28 Last 14 Last 7 Last 3 Last 1
Baffin Bay Gulf of St. Lawrence 1,688,530 123,492 -1,565,038 -652,978 -127,245 -26,848 -3,535 -17,394
Greenland Sea 603,416 396,390 -207,026 -164,696 -47,450 -22,904 -13,055 -13,648
Hudson Bay 1,260,903 270,931 -989,972 -766,723 -339,427 -88,068 -19,081 -8,476
Central Arctic 3,221,921 3,196,228 -25,693 -44,670 -28,590 3,595 -1,055 -5,836
Canadian Archipelago 853,214 708,346 -144,868 -52,022 -28,522 -20,550 2,704 -625
Beaufort Sea 1,070,445 826,418 -244,027 -144,617 -51,017 14,100 13,907 0
Chukchi Sea 966,006 647,376 -318,630 -103,683 -62,339 2,558 9,154 0
East Siberian Sea 1,087,137 1,008,434 -78,703 -29,672 -4,512 31,517 24,168 0
Laptev Sea 897,845 377,521 -520,324 -297,742 -111,211 -35,448 17,560 0
Kara Sea 933,859 502,562 -431,298 -354,916 -190,871 -113,700 -43,426 0
Barents Sea 645,917 90,553 -555,364 -87,952 -19,557 -14 -3,460 0
Bering Sea 697,324 1,339 -695,985 -31,750 -8,073 -6,560 -6,006 0
Baltic Sea 15,337 0 -15,337 0 0 0 0 0
Sea of Okhotsk 853,240 0 -853,240 -32 0 0 0 0
Yellow Sea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Northern Hemisphere (Total) 14,805,115 8,150,732 -6,654,382 -2,731,837 -1,019,182 -262,323 -22,124 -45,979
NH (Average Loss per Day) -57,864 -97,566 -72,799 -37,475 -7,375 -45,979

MASIE Arctic Ice Extent as of 2014-202

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3 Comments »

  1. Have you been keeping an eye on this? http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/meant80n.uk.php

    Comment by Gary Meyers — July 22, 2014 @ 4:54 PM | Reply

  2. Day 203–NH ice loss has remained at 47% of max for a week now.

    Those with minimal melt:

    Central Arctic still has 98% ice left
    East Siberian Sea has gained back to 91%
    Canadian Archipelago has gained back to 83%
    Beaufort Sea has gained back to 76%
    Chukchi Sea has gained back to 66%
    Kara Sea has 61%

    The Central Arctic is hardly melting, and the others key to the northern shipping routes have gained back from recent losses.

    Comment by Ron C. — July 23, 2014 @ 12:04 PM | Reply


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