Scientists moved the length of time that the melting of Arctic ice

Professor Maslowski Veslav University of the U.S. Navy in the state of California in 2007 spoke of the probability of complete melting of the ice in the Arctic summer of 2013. Colleagues, however, were subjected to harsh criticism of its conclusions, emphasizing that the forecast was based on the lack of scientific data. "In the past, trying to predict the future of ice in the Arctic, we have worked with those who felt the same — said in an interview with the BBC, Professor Maslowski. — We now have a more systematic approach and point. We worked on the basis of climate models, similar to the one used by the Intergovernmental Panel. Learned professors Maslovskoye expanded options for data analysis, but the new model produces similar results. "One of the predictions that we have received through this new model of analysis, design a complete melting of the ice shelter by summer 2016 — with an accuracy of 3 years."


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