The New York Times has been doing a series on Antarctica and the signals of climate change over the past few weeks. In Part 3 of their series, they talk about the culprit for the loss of ice around West Antarctica. Some point to the strengthening of the winds, churning up more warm ocean water. however, Eric Steig, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, mentions that “we’re not sure because we don’t have enough data, for long enough, to separate signal from noise”.
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