Wednesday, September 26, 2012

What if Australia was melting?

Last week i talked about the ice melt in the Artic, and ACF did a spot-the-difference picture. This week they are comparing it to Australia - because in a normal summer, that's about how much ice there is.


The extra melting would be the equivalent of all the eastern states of Australia - and then some more. That's a fairly massive amount of ice to melt - and this summer (in the Arctic) wasn't even a hot one!

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