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# Arctic sea ice

stub on Arctic sea ice

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I'll add a bit of information from the blog...

Comment Source:<img src = "http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/emoticons/thumbsup.gif" alt = ""/> I'll add a bit of information from the blog...
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Added link to Neven’s blog on Arctic Sea Ice. It is kind of a blogospheric focal point. Lots of images.

Comment Source:Added link to Neven’s blog on [Arctic Sea Ice](http://neven1.typepad.com/). It is kind of a blogospheric focal point. Lots of images.
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Very good !

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edited January 2012

I added two more graphs to Arctic sea ice as part of preparing my talk at Google.

There's an image at the bottom of this page which looks like a boring gray square. I think Staffan may have put it there. Is there a way to fix it?

Hmm, maybe it does something if you click it - I can tell yet. If so, how about adding a description of what it should do?

Comment Source:I added two more graphs to [[Arctic sea ice]] as part of preparing my talk at Google. There's an image at the bottom of this page which looks like a boring gray square. I think Staffan may have put it there. Is there a way to fix it? Hmm, maybe it does something if you click it - I can tell yet. If so, how about adding a description of what it should do?
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Its a video which I got to work in some browsers but not all. Ill have a look.

Comment Source:Its a video which I got to work in some browsers but not all. Ill have a look.
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edited August 2013

I updated this page so it now covers upto the 2013 and also added a new paper from the Polar Science Center at UWA (university of washington) of possible implication. I will try to replace the old graphs with the new ones. See if you want to add or change anything .

Comment Source:I updated this page so it now covers upto the 2013 and also added a new paper from the Polar Science Center at UWA (university of washington) of possible implication. I will try to replace the old graphs with the new ones. See if you want to add or change anything .