NASA: Bering Sea choking with sea ice

“The Bering Sea stands in stark contrast to the rest of the Arctic ice cap, where sea ice extent was below average in both January and February.”

NASA reports:

For most of the winter of 2011–2012, the Bering Sea has been choking with sea ice. Though ice obviously forms there every year, the cover has been unusually extensive this season. In fact, the past several months have included the second highest ice extent in the satellite record for the Bering Sea region, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)…

2 thoughts on “NASA: Bering Sea choking with sea ice”

  1. According to the previews I’ve seen Shrimper, it looked brutal. Algore must have visited Dutch Harbor last winter….

    RE the lame-stream media complex….I guess we need a new blog site – ‘Hide the Increase’.

    BTW Shrimper – This site might interest you – – Matt Rutherford is almost finished soloing the Americas in a 27′ sloop. Good thing he didn’t put his trip off until this year.

  2. Can’t wait for the new season of “Deadliest Catch”….. should be interesting!
    We certainly won’t hear about this from any of the networks or the rest of the lame-stream media… can’t have all that ice showing up with the planet on the verge of boiling, eh??

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