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Arctic Ocean sea ice extent measures are tracking in the range of 2012 according to the above graph by Wipneus.

Arctic Ocean sea ice extent measures are tracking in the range of 2012 according to the above graph by Wipneus.

Apocalypse 4 Real - Global Methane Tracking: Arctic Circle Assembly 2014: Wadhams - No Septembe...

Apocalypse 4 Real - Global Methane Tracking: Arctic Circle Assembly Wadhams - No Septembe.

Climate Change Triggered Another Year of Extremes in the Arctic. Scientists say record high temperatures drove sea ice loss and a devastating fire season. | TakePart

Climate Change Triggered Another Year of Extremes in the Arctic. Scientists say record high temperatures drove sea ice loss and a devastating fire season.

From 2012, huge amounts of freshwater have run off Greenland, with the accumulated freshwater now covering a huge part of the North Atlantic, as illustrated by the image above.

From huge amounts of freshwater have run off Greenland, with the accumulated freshwater now covering a huge part of the North Atlantic, as illustrated by the image above.

The graph above, showing August sea surface temperature anomalies on the Northern Hemisphere over the years.

Warming Arctic Ocean Seafloor Threatens To Cause Huge Methane Eruptions

NOAA data show that the year-to-date land surface temperature in July was 1.47°C above the 20thcentury average on the Northern Hemisphere in 2015. A polynomial trendline based on these data points at yet another degree Celsius rise by 2030, on top of the current level, which could make it 3.27°C warmer than in 1750 for most people on Earth by the year 2030, as illustrated by the image above.

Warming Arctic Ocean Seafloor Threatens To Cause Huge Methane Eruptions

Arctic news: warming Arctic ocean seafloor threatens to cause huge methane eruptions

The image above shows sea surface temperatures on August as an indication of the huge amount of ocean heat has accumulated in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North America.

Above image shows Arctic sea surface temperature anomalies as at September 24, 2015.

Above image shows Arctic sea surface temperature anomalies as at September

Arctic News: It's time to 'Do the math' again

Arctic News: It's time to 'Do the math' again

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Warming Arctic Ocean Seafloor Threatens To Cause Huge Methane Eruptions

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