Most of Antarctica has an ice-cap climate (Köppen classification EF) with very cold, generally extremely dry weather. At 300K (26.85°C), the emission peak is at 5.056 µm. The graph you’ve displayed shows seasonal changes in CO2 and temperature. At 300 K the emission peak for wavelength distribution is at 9.659 µm. Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott, the leaders of the first East Antarctica drilling project will give snapshot of Earth’s atmosphere and climate Rupali Dabas Fri 29 Mar 2019 09.12 EDT Last modified on Mon 1 Apr 2019 03.02 EDT With the Antartica icecap at an average altitude of 8,200 feet, and with an average temperature of about -40 C or colder with 6 months of that in near darkness, it isn’t surprising there hasn’t been any warming and little effect on melting the southern continent that has been frozen over in an ice age for 34 million years. -37 C ave The thought of Antarctica melting is so ludicrous that climate science now is a joke. There is also no discussion of the changing number and distribution of stations between the beginning and end of the record. Your home freezer is only about -15°C. Willis showed a short-term response to el nino (months), but with longer effect in ocean temps than land temps. Here, summer temperatures struggle to get above -20°C and monthly means fall below -60°C in winter. 2020 is indicated by the red line. Would periods dominated by la ninas do the opposite, create the seesaw. It's very easy when quoting weather statistics to get rapidly I didn’t show that in my graph above because it looked a bit too strange, like a harsh measurement anomaly (this time the word is correctly used, haha). Climate data and weather averages in South Pole. High Plateau - American base at the South Pole, named after – Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker, “…flashy (apparently widely distributed)”– Michael E. Mann, Material on this website is copyright © 2006-2019, by Anthony Watts, and may not be stored or archived separately, rebroadcast, or republished without written permission. "\"(6)12\\\\,2\\\"02\\\\\\\\27\\\\06\\\\03\\\\\\\\\\\\n3\\\\00\\\\\\\\|!%4|{" + the table can be copied and dropped into an Excel spreadsheet (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Shackletondramatization DVDKenneth Branagh (2002), Frozen PlanetComplete Series - BBCDVD and Blu-ray -80C by wavelength, peak is at 15 µm, as CO2isLife mentioned. And where exactly was the claimed temperature of 17.5 degrees measured, and under what circumstances? temperatures don't get so high. Cloudy. These changes largely result from the geographic differences mentioned above, namely Antarctic sea ice’s distance from the pole (sea ice can melt b… We are asked to believe that warm ocean water flows under the sea ice, under the floating ice shelf and then melts the glacier at the grounding line. The British Antarctic survey states; ‘Around the coasts of Antarctica, temperatures are generally close to freezing in the summer (December-February) months, or even slightly positive in the northern part of the Antarctic Peninsula. I prefer to have a look at the well-known KNMI Climate Explorer: And when measured, Antarctica is indeed warming more slowly than higher albedo places. |  even out the diurnal (daily) changes in temperature from day Warm water rises, it doesn’t sink and flow under the ice. These are the three areas that are most requested. of Antarctica, How animals deal with Antarctic temperatures, Book a trip to Antarctica or request further It depicts the average temperatures for all weather stations in Antarctica. /s/. The melting and break down of glaciers into the ocean raises sea levels all around the world. Doom Doom Doom. Get the monthly weather forecast for McMurdo Station, Antarctica, Antarctica, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. (Miriam O’Brien aka slandering “Sou” from Hotwhopper, that means you.). "\\d(\\\"}fo;n uret}r);+)y+^(i)t(eAodrCha.c(xdeCoarChomfrg.intr=So+7;12%=;y+" + | Pictures Isolating the Impact of CO2 on Atmospheric Temperatures; Conclusion is CO2 has No Measurable Impact Sale Boots |, “…because it would reduce radiative emissions by more than it would increase absorption of solar radiation.”, “…because it would reduce radiative emissions by more than it would reduce absorption of solar radiation.”. Thanks, yes, I like the terminology “reverse greenhouse effect” and this seems to be happening in Antarctica. Sarc on, panic now,as the POLE freezes,the sea ice will expand ever northward, eventually(Sorry suddenly and catastrophically) rendering the souther sea lanes unusable. Below are three IR spectra from Sahara, the Mediterranean and Antarctica. Free CO 2 Levels Graph. 300 K by wavelength, peak at 9.659 µm (not 5.056 µm); screenshot: Currently, there is a significant anti-intellectualism of the formerly respected environmental and major media. I suspect that the instability may be due to the very low amounts of liquid water (over most of the continent) as a moderating/limiting factor in the hydrological cycle. Compared to the Arctic, Antarctic sea ice shows less variability in summer, and more variability in winter. Obviously those thermometers need to be replaced closer to some diesel generators. Since everything “Climate Change” is exaggerated, it’s probably two or three orders of magnitude. Are there polar bears in Antarctica? Snow rarely melts on most parts of the continent, and, after being compressed, becomes the glacier ice that makes up the ice sheet. They Atmospheric circulation changes due to a phase of I creased tropical convection, causing increased ozone dilution above Antarctica and increased volumes of cold surface atmosphere flowing off the continent creating conditions for increased sea ice. "+)y26<1(iif){++;iContact menu under the header. Antarctica was near-record warm, and its trend in low sea ice extent continued . If they are affected equally, I think raising the albedo would make Antarctica warmer, rather than cooler, because it would reduce radiative emissions by more than it would increase absorption of solar radiation. If one wanted to find polar amplification they should be able to see it loud and clear in the north long before they could find a trace of it in the south. UK. The instrument error must be less than 0.001C for them to be able to measure the temperature with an “accuracy of 0.01. The following is our report on global mean temperature during 2019. The Seasons of Antarctica. It is absolutely essential to keep a lookout posted around the clock, and many captains prefer to avoid travelling at night whenever there are lots of icebergs about. //i0=i;--{)+ox=c.ahAr(t)i};erutnro s.buts(r,0lo;)f}\\" + On land, cold air from the high continental plateau rushes down the gradient to the sea causing katabatic winds. Beneath your feet at the South pole lie over 3000 metres (about 9800 feet) of ice, 4000 metres (13,123 feet) in parts, which rests not on the sea but on land. Coldest ever temperature recorded on Earth found in Antarctica Press Release: Landsat 8 helps unveil the coldest place on Earth SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Scientists recently recorded the lowest temperatures on Earth at a desolate and remote ice plateau in East Antarctica, trumping a record set in 1983 and uncovering a new puzzle about the ice-covered continent. Which means the sky is falling. C though it is sloppy not to mark the axes on any graph ( unless you are a sociologist ). But as these glaciers feel the heat of a warmer ocean underneath them, they speed up their slow march to the coast, causing big chunks of ice to break off into the sea as icebergs at a faster speed. It is saying there is no long-term atmospheric warming over the Antarctic. The average winter temperature in the Antarctic is minus 60 degrees Celsius. Greenpeace also say that ‘ Glaciers form on the Antarctic landmass as snowfall compresses into ice over time, and they flow under their own weight towards the ocean – like a very slow river. Data for above graphs, mean monthly temperature Al Gore and Bill Nye FAIL at doing a simple CO2 experiment, List of excuses for ‘The Pause’ in global warming, NSF-funded deep ice core to be drilled at Hercules Dome, Antarctica, Atmospheric rivers help create massive holes in Antarctic sea ice, On noes!