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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Arctic sea ice

This shows the 12 month average October to September each year.  (Source)

The data have been estimated back to 1850 by Walsh & Chapman and plotted against the satellite records, using January to December averages:


The red box at the end represents the time span the denialists like to show.

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