Tagged: PIOMAS

Gone for good: Arctic Ocean ice free all year by the 2040s? - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Oct 18, 2010

A few days ago I used a combination of Arctic sea ice volume data from the University of Washington’s PIOMAS model and NSIDC sea ice extent numbers to project that the Arctic Ocean would be effectively ice-free in late summer within ten years. The key to that exercise was the rate at which the volume [...] … Read More

Arctic sea ice projections: 6 billion dead within a year (it really is grim up North) - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jun 25, 2010

The first set of ARCUS/SEARCH projections for the September Arctic sea ice minimum have been released, and amid all the mundane statistical, heuristical, and modelistical musing there’s a remarkable effort — and I really do mean remarkable — by one Charles Wilson. Here’s the graphic showing all of the submitted forecasts. See if you can [...] … Read More