Saturday, May 10, 2008

Why Is The Arctic Warming Faster Than The Antarctic?

[Readers: sorry, we had a technical problem with Blogger, which has now been solved. We hope to have additional posts later today.]

Over the past couple of decades, warming in the Arctic has proceeded at an astounding pace, but the Antarctic has seen relatively little in the way of warming. Why?

It's explained here in a release from NOAA. (In large part, it has to do with the ozone hole in Antarctica.)

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