Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Whose data to believe?

I have no way of judging the veracity of evidence but the evidence I have matches more closely what I am seeing happening to the Arctic sea ice.

When it comes to balancing sources I have lost all faith in Robert Fanney (aka Robertscribbler)
Robertscribbler contends Arctic Sea Ice Volume at 5th to 6th Lowest on Record

This data, supplied by Zack Labe tells a different story
This data, from the NDICC is already a couple of weeks old but shows sea ice extent approaching that of the record 2012 minimum. Not quite there, but approaching.

All of this ignores the all-important ice volume.

1 comment:

  1. Again, Scribblers data is way off from everyone else's. I haven't given him much credit for quite a while.