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    posted Aug 20, 2012, 1:26 PM by SekeRob
    Since a few weeks the National Snow and Ice Data Center makes daily sea ice extent numbers available in 2 files, one through 2010 which are final, and a second from 1.1.2011 which is subject to change at any time. At any rate, these are directly related to the images they have on their website page at http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index/index.html right hand second frame where the monthly and daily charts can be picked for the Arctic and Antarctic. From this data, put up a new chart same as for the Crysphere Today Sea Ice Area data, with 1 day minimum, date of minimum, how much the current year is ahead or behind on prior years and how much there was still to melt as of current day of year. Visit the extent page, link left margin, or click http://bit.ly/NSARMn for a quick link.

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