EH2R - latest work in progress
Monday, June 27, 2016
Despite contrarian winds, Beaufort Gyre current is still very strong
NASA EOSDIS 11 days of June 2016 selected at about 2 or 3 day intervals. You can see cyclones moving through along with contrarian winds,...
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
The models may be calculating the sea ice surface to air interface temperatures incorrectly
~ Some surface buoys corroborate the prime horizon refraction rule Having dealt before with doubtful calculations output by NOAA NCAR/N...
Sunday, June 5, 2016
Sometimes Top and bottom Melting looks like this
At onset of top melting the horizon appears slightly jagged, water is setting on top of sea ice. The ice core is very warmed yet colde...
Sunday, May 29, 2016
2nd remarkable retreat front
~ Early Great Blue gaining on sea ice not only for Beaufort sea Sea ice loss North of Franz Josef lands top, more than 100 km betwee...
Friday, May 20, 2016
No sea ice horizon upwards rebound observed close to Midnight sun
~Optical Thermal observation method further explained, proving Ti<=Ta ~Likely 24 hour bottom melt earliest captured.... Precedi...
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Optically unlikely not possible remote sensing/model? measurements/calculations
85 to 90 N NOAA Reanalysis. May 16, 2016. Use the mouse pointer to compare surface and top of sea ice temperatures. There are...
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Remote sensing VS Refraction Prime sea ice rule. Satellites are pretty good, but refraction observations are better.
~Ta>=Ti rule holds well as seen from space ~ Is likely some remote sensing calculations/methods need some adjustments. Taking a...
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Sea ice refraction prime rule: top of sea ice is always colder or equal to surface air temperature
~Putting the proposed sea ice optical theory to the test ~Even when some part of sea ice column is always warmer than air (during winter). ...
Saturday, April 23, 2016
2016 annual spring projection, made by sun disk observations and otherwise unorthodox means
~ Northern Hemisphere collapsing cold atmosphere ~ ENSO plays weather maker along with dwindling sea ice extent ~ Extra 2015-16 snowfall ...
Sunday, April 3, 2016
Illusions and implications of a deeper Arctic snow layer
~Arctic surface snow depth turns out to be a very complex issue. The very powerful El-Nino 2016 almost peaked at Christmas 2015...
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