Saturday, November 29, 2008

September Sea Ice

I've been meaning to report that the September sea ice minimum in the Arctic this year was estimated to be 4.67 million square kilometers, up from the record low of 4.28 million square kilometers reached in 2007. This fact can obviously be interpreted to support Goldberg's position and to undermine my criticism of his position. 4.67 million square kilometers remains a remarkably low measurement. I will continue to monitor September sea ice in the Arctic and other conditions pertaining to the polar bear and its habitat.

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posted by Fido the Yak at 8:05 AM.


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