June 15, 2010
Read here. Scientists using the latest analysis techniques, conducted a high resolution analysis of the ice core retrieved from Antarctica’s Dome C station. The Dome C is located on the eastern half of Antarctica, on the polar plateau with an elevation of 10,607 feet. (The more well-known Vostok polar station is located on the same plateau at a similar elevation.)
What did this new high resolution analysis determine?
Clearly, the new ice core data indicates that natural climate variations caused huge temperature variations in the past. Based on this empirical climate science, it would be safe to conclude that current climate changes are predominantly driven by natural forces, not human CO2 trace gas emissions. (click on image to enlarge)
This high resolution ice core data ends at the year 1950. The similarly situated Vostok polar station temperature record was used to determine polar plateau temperature increase/decrease over the last 60 years. As the Vostok temperature data reveals, current temperatures may actually be lower than what the Antarctica plateau experienced during the 1950’s.
Download this newest Dome C ice core research, source here.
This article was posted: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 at 4:14 am