A new 200‐year spatial reconstruction of West Antarctic surface mass balance

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"The reconstruction reveals a significant negative trend (‐1.9 ± 2.2 Gt yr‐1 decade‐1) in the SMB over the entire WAIS during the 19th century, but a statistically significant positive trend of 5.4 ± 2.9 Gt yr‐1 decade‐1 between 1900 and 2010, in contrast to insignificant WAIS SMB changes during the 20th century reported earlier."

Oh my goodness, the Global Warming Hoax Crowd (GWHOC) were wrong? Al Gore lied? All the huge taxes levied by states, counties on people to "prevent global warming" are fraud? The Antarctic Ice has been increasing in the last century through 2010? So when the next rip off politician tells you to vote or pay your carbon tax, "just say no".
SOURCE URL: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2018JD029601


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  • Posted by Lucky 6 months, 2 weeks ago
    Worth noting, under the West Antarctic Ice Sheet there are about 100 active volcanoes. These are thought to be the cause of some ice cover decrease (for the WAIS only) in the past two years.
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  • Posted by  $  Olduglycarl 6 months, 2 weeks ago
    Saw that in the news this morning...and that is the area where the underwater volcano is too!...double Boom! to the warmers.
    David at adapt2030 points this out often...shows the NOAH sat maps and compares them to show that generally the ice sheets/glaciers are recovering nicely.

    The warmers often speak of the hole in the ice near the geographical north pole with out mentioning that: duh...the earth is at max tilt so might one think for themselves and reason that it might get a little warmer in summer up there? Without mentioning that small area in perspective is surrounded by thick sea ice?, or without mentioning that this area now is more diluted and will likely gain even thicker ice next winter and every winter from here on out?

    Just takes a little thought...
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