Historic Trends in Arctic Glacier Behavior

By | January 3, 2012


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Computer simulations of global climate change have long indicated the world’s polar regions should show the first and severest signs of CO2-induced global warming. If the models are correct, these signs should be especially evident since the second half of the 20th century, when approximately two-thirds of the modern-era rise in atmospheric CO2 occurred and Earth’s temperature supposedly rose, in the view of most climate alarmists, to a level unprecedented in the entire past millennium. In this review, we examine historic trends in Arctic glacier behavior to determine the credibility of current climate models with respect to their polar predictions.

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