By Paul Homewood
For years, discussion of Arctic sea ice has revolved around extent. Indeed NSIDC’s regular monthly Arctic Sea Ice News talks about little else, particularly when there is an unusually low figure.
However, when extents are not so unusually low, the Arctic obsessives switch the goal posts to thickness/volume.
There is one problem however – there is no reliable measurement data around to track it.
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