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Set of Recommendations Do we understand what happened in 2007, 2005, 1997 etc….? Do we understand why predictions are not reproducing the interrannual variability ? Are predictions more reliable as far as long term trend is concerned ?

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Set of Recommendations

Do we understand what happened in 2007, 2005, 1997 etc….?

Do we understand why predictions are not reproducing the interrannual variability ?

Are predictions more reliable as far as long term trend is concerned ?

Can we pretend we are now able to predict what will happen in summer 2008 ?



Arctic sea-ice summer minimum extent

106 km2

1979

1990

2007

2000


NP 34 2005

TARA

Sept 2006

Vagabond


TARA

FRAM


Four-day sea-ice drifts from April 30 until May 3, 2002 deduced from Quickscat

(R. Ezraty and J-F. Piollé, user manual ref C2-MUT-W-06-IF, April 2003)


SSM/I deduced from Quickscat

Four days Sea-ice drift (April 30-May 3, 2002)

Quickscat

ERS

2002

Year

Time series of arctic perennial sea-ice from ERS and Quickscat scatterometer.

Backscatter maps and intercomparison with passive microwave data


Sea ice thickness variations

Ice thickness changes deduced from Quickscat

Sea ice thickness variations

(Rothrock et al. ,1999)


T deduced from Quickscatfreez - 1.7C


Ron KWOK GRL. Vol 34, 2007 deduced from Quickscat


05-06 deduced from Quickscat

96-97

04-05

06-07


MAIA deduced from Quickscat

RAC

BARENTS

SEA

JMC

EGC

NIC

3 Sv

NAC

NCC

9 Sv

Sellafield

I129

La Hague


Profils verticaux de température et de salinité deduced from Quickscat

observés d’avril à juin 2002 (April-June) entre 89°N et 87°N


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