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Added Arctic data shows global warming didn't pause: Improved datasets show that Arctic warmed six times faster than the

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Gaps in Arctic temperature data caused a misperception that global warming slowed from 1998 to 2012, according to a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change.

A University of Alaska Fairbanks professor and his colleagues in China built the first data set of surface temperatures from across the world that significantly improves representation of the Arctic during the 'global warming hiatus.'

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If this continues, the politics of the nut in the white house won't matter.

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Ditto Homo so-called sapiens.

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If I remember correctly, another study reporting this was released more than a year ago. The apparent anomoly was due to differences in measurement techniques and locations.

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That is probably so. I've read several articles to this effect.

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The studies also didn't take into account the heat stored in the ocean, which is absolutely major.

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ya know, there is something that I do not hear anywhere. It is about the impact of all that FRESH water entering the lower Atlantic where the exchange of water impacts the ATLANTIC CURRENT which S RESPONSIBLE for the way that we up north are not under a glacier... look at Ireland for example... and see what attitude it lies on...like Siberia. How come its not frozen?

years ago, I read a long piece in the Atlantic Magazine, about the current. Ironically this global warming may result first in the return of an ice age.

The world is a strange place.

If fresh water stops the salt exchange , things could change rapidly, and I do mean wishing one to ten years to see the advance of the ice.

But what do I know.. Just red too much!

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