Some articles on ice, years:
... Sea ice freezes and melts due to a combination of factors, including the age of the ice, air temperatures, and solar insolation ... During the winter the area of the Arctic Ocean covered by sea ice increases, usually reaching a maximum extent during the month of March ... The area covered in sea ice then decreases, reaching its minimum extent in September most years ...
... See also Arctic sea ice ecology and history Computer models predict that the sea ice area will continue to shrink in the future, although recent work has called into question their ability ... Current climate models frequently underestimate the rate of sea ice retreat ... in the Arctic, where some models project summer sea ice cover to disappear entirely in the high-emission A2 scenario in the latter part of the 21st century.″ There is currently no ...
Famous quotes containing the words ice and/or year:
“In vain produced, all rays return;
Evil will bless, and ice will burn.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The principle of fashion is ... the principle of the kaleidoscope. A new year can only bring us a new combination of the same elements; and about once in so often we go back and begin again.”
—Katharine Fullerton Gerould (18791944)