Friday, December 31, 2010

Today's Chart: 10,000 Years of Greenland Ice Core Temeratures

You can see it is much cooler now than it has been in the past.

Via Watts Up With That:

Anybody see a strong global warming trend?


Anonymous said...

Greenland on the whole is losing ice, as confirmed by multiple satellite and on the ground field measurements.
Confusion caused by anecdotes of structures being buried by accumulating snow on Greenland's ice sheet leads some skeptics to believe Greenland is Gaining Ice. As always, the best way to tease out the truth here by following the research of scientists investigating Greenland's ice mass balance.

In general, the best available science tells us that Greenland is losing ice extensively (Figure 1) and that these losses have drastically increased since the year 2000.

Anonymous said...

How come the last hundred years of waming not is included in the graph?