Major study on climate change canceled due to too much ice

“Here is a link about the ridiculous approach of the warmists: their expedition failed due to too much ice around Newfoundland, and they suggested it was because ‘warming of the Arctic’. I do not accept the explanation.” – Alexey Parkhomenko

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Icebreaker CCGS_Amundsen.

“A team of scientists from the University of Manitoba and four other universities was in the midst of the first phase of a 4-year study of how climate change affects the area around the Hudson Bay, the university said in a statement. The study called BaySys began in April 2018, when scientists set sail on the Amundsen research icebreaker of the Canadian Coast Guard.

Because of the rising temperature in the Arctic, dangerous blocks of ice reach the territories to the south than usual. “Amundsen” because of his icebreaking abilities was constantly forced to go to rescue in the rescue operations along the northern coast of Newfoundland. As a result, the study had to be canceled.

https://www.gismeteo.ru/news/klimat/27727-krupnoe-issledovanie-klimaticheskih-izmeneniy-otmeneno-iz-za-klimaticheskih-izmeneniy/

Here’s a description of the project:
http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/ceos/research/BaySys.html

 

 

 

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June 1, 2018 at 11:28PM

One Comment on “Major study on climate change canceled due to too much ice

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