Arctic Ice Changes in Past Three Years Due to “Shifting Winds”

By | July 31, 2009

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Oceanographer and Arctic researcher Jane Eert said "dramatic [Arctic ice] changes in the past three years are the result of shifting winds." "Enormous amounts of ice have ‘been exported from the Arctic,’ driven by winds that are shifting," according to Eert. Eert noted that climate models have many woes.