Claim: Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Caused by Meltwater

by Eric Worrall, May 7, 2020 in WUWT

According to climate scientists, less dense meltwater on the surface of the Antarctic ocean reduced convection between the surface and ocean depths, leaving heat trapped in the depths.


Don’t you love climate science? When sea ice accumulates, scientists adjust the models until they get the right result. When the sea ice melts, well that is what you would expect from global warming.