Articles tagged with: Ice sheets
Rain fell on Greenland summit for the first time on record, as accurately reported by CNN
in CNN, by Rachel Ramirez
— 29 Sep 2021
"The article is highly factual. One issue that we have is the lack of data over the Greenland Ice Sheet (both spatially and temporally). Thus some of the claims, although backed by..
Wall Street Journal article repeats multiple incorrect and misleading claims made in Steven Koonin’s new book ’Unsettled’
in The Wall Street Journal, by Mark P. Mills
— 03 May 2021
Scientists who reviewed the article found that it builds on a collection of misleading and false claims. For instance, Koonin states that “Greenland’s ice sheet isn’t shrinki...
Article by CNN exaggerates study’s implications for future Greenland ice loss with “point of no return” claim
in CNN, by Max Claypool and Brandon Miller
— 20 Aug 2020
The article in CNN discusses findings from a study published August, 2020 that analyzes trends of ice discharge from the Greenland Ice Sheet over the past three decades. Reports...
Article in The Sun misrepresents Antarctic discovery and misplaces it on map
in The Sun, by Charlotte Edwards
— 10 Mar 2020
This article in The Sun describes the chance discovery of a small island in Antarctica’s Pine Island Bay, which seems to have appeared in the last decade. But the article sensati...
Analysis of “How Arctic ice has made fools of all those poor warmists”
in The Telegraph, by Christopher Booker
— 31 Jul 2015
"This "take" on Arctic sea-ice changes, and more generally polar ice evolution, is highly inaccurate and totally misleading. The authors goes to great lengths to try to convince re..
A third of Antarctic ice shelf risks collapse at 4°C above pre-industrial levels, as accurately described in CNN article
"A third of Antarctic ice shelf risks collapse as our planet warms"
SOURCE: Amy Woodyatt, CNN
Published: 16 Apr 2021
Studies do not support blog’s claim that volcanic activity is causing melting of West Antarctic glaciers
Volcanoes Melting West Antarctic Glaciers, Not Global Warming
SOURCE: Robert W. Felix, James Edward Kamis, IceAgeNow.info, PlateClimatology.com
Published: 20 Jan 2020
Bedrock heat flow studies made no claim contradicting human-caused melting of glaciers
[A] series of just-released studies by working-level scientists prove that geological and not atmospheric forces are responsible for melting of Earth’s polar ice sheets.
SOURCE: James Edward Kamis, Climate Change Dispatch
Published: 22 Nov 2019
President Trump’s claim of growing ice does not reflect reality
The ice caps were going to melt. They were going to be gone by now, but now they're setting records
SOURCE: Donald Trump, ITV
Published: 29 Jan 2018