All along the North Atlantic sea ice front, about 1200 Kilometres long, there are numerous new 'Goodbye' waves, sure evidence of recent massive melting. From Fram Strait, to North of Spitsbergen to beyond Franz Josef lands, as seen here in our roving NASA EOSDIS shots. Although the newish extended sea ice front line position has recently expanded and appears more or less stable, that is an illusion, the sea ice melts just as fast as it touches warmer water. The end result is a great loss of sea ice. Assume Southwards sea ice movement a modest fluid 2 kilometres an hour , about 48 kilometres a day melt along apparently a steady front, potentially 60,000 km2 a day loss is possible, without actual remote sensing detection. WDAugust10 2016.
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