~ 78 N 176 W very slow melting made obvious by individual Goodbye Waves readily identifiable day by day.
~ The waves in this case seem to stream over fresh melted less saline colder sea water.
This JAXA portion of melt area is very interesting, JAXA October 4 and 5 has more sea ice than NASA captures, that is not new, but here we see the likelihood that Goodbye Waves are melting over less saline recently melted sea water, not really warmed by significant sunlight.
There is melting, but not so fast , October 1 to 5 NASA EOSDIS, we look especially at left waves
breaking down slowly. We also see a day by day variation in the main pack compacting a little but really moving, still individual waves are recognizable, a large contrast to not so long ago melting when the waves disappeared or were impossible to identify from one day to next. WDOctober 5 2018
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