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Plastic fibers from clothes are polluting the Arctic ocean – study

https://naturalnews.com/2021-01-20-plastic-fibers-from-clothes-polluting-arctic-ocean.html

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Over 300 BILLION pieces of plastic now POLLUTE the Arctic Ocean as humankind accelerates destruction of life everywhere

https://naturalnews.com/2018-12-01-300-billion-pieces-of-plastic-pollute-the-arctic-ocean.html

The team suggests that it is likely the waste was swept north by ocean currents; the Arctic becoming the “dead end” for waste dumped in the Atlantic Ocean off Europe and the United States. ... Cozar surmises that marine plastic pollution may become more prevalent in the Arctic as societies continue to dump waste in the ocean. "...

The once-untouched Arctic is now the dumping ground for 300 BILLION pieces of plastic

https://naturalnews.com/2017-05-11-the-once-untouched-arctic-is-now-the-dumping-ground-for-300-billion-pieces-of-plastic.html

They estimated the total load of floating plastic in the Arctic Ocean to be between 100 to 1200 tons, setting the mid-range estimate to 400 tons of about 300 billion pieces of plastic. ... “So, most of the plastic that we have disposed in the ocean is still now in transit to the Arctic.” "...

Arctic seabirds loaded with environmental poisons

https://naturalnews.com/030118_arctic_seabirds_environmental_poisons.html

The excrement of Arctic seabirds is a cocktail of dangerous pollutants, according to studies conducted by the Canadian Wildlife Service and Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. Because nearly all pollution emitted by industrial societies ends up in the ocean eventually, sea creatures are among the most contaminated organisms on the planet. "...

Transport of tropical ocean heat causes over-estimation of global average temperatures

https://naturalnews.com/2021-10-27-tropical-ocean-heat-transport-global-average-temperature.html

Steele also explained how extensive transport of tropical ocean heat uniquely warms the Arctic . ... You should get vaccinated, says Fauci Next : Unvaccinated Canadians receive calls from health department reminding them to get coronavirus vaccines - More news on Arctic Sea South Pole records its coldest six months stretch, as Arctic Sea ice volume expands, nearing 20-year record Transport of tropical ocean heat causes over-estimation ...

Global freezing? Arctic ice levels reach 30-year HIGH

https://naturalnews.com/2022-05-30-global-freezing-arctic-ice-levels-30-year-high.html

Last September, he wrote a piece about how the Arctic Ocean gained a record amount of sea ice for that time of year. ... Arctic ice levels reach 30-year HIGH US military revamping to fight Russia – and maybe China – in the Arctic Russia deploying real-deal “doomsday” weapon that can flood U.S. coastal cities with nuclear tsunamis Russia testing nuclear missiles and submarines in the Arctic as global tensions escalate Coronavirus leaves 100 scientists ...

How about plastic for dinner? It is showing up in mussels from the Arctic to China, and ending up on our plates

https://naturalnews.com/2018-01-03-how-about-plastic-for-dinner-it-is-showing-up-in-mussels-from-the-arctic-to-china-and-ending-up-on-our-plates.html

According to a recent study, mussels from the European Arctic to China are contaminated with “tiny bits of plastic .” ... The plastic then ends up “swirling around the Arctic Ocean.” Lusher added that “microplastics” were found in all the mussels that were studied. "...

Coronavirus leaves 100 scientists STRANDED in the Arctic; closed borders prevent relief from coming in

https://naturalnews.com/2020-03-29-coronavirus-leaves-100-scientists-stranded-in-the-arctic.html

MOSAiC organizers are now working to find an icebreaker ship willing to go out into the Arctic Ocean to meet the Polarstern. ... Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk Vice.com Sysselmannen.no 1 Avinor.no WHO.int [PDF] HighNorthNews.com Sysselmannen.no 2 Previous :Hospitals in Paris could be OVERWHELMED by coronavirus patients within 48 hours Next : Here’s how to use cold storage to keep your fruits and vegetables fresh, even without electricity - More news on Arctic Coronavirus ...

Biden declares 'code red' on climate change amid Arctic Sea ice EXPANSION... It's all a hoax

https://naturalnews.com/2021-09-10-biden-declares-code-red-on-climate-change-amid-arctic-sea-ice-expansion-hoax.html

But there’s more evidence of the big climate lie, as reported this week by WorldNetDaily : Less than 10 years remain before the oft-claimed “tipping point” for the planet, but sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is the highest it’s been in nine years, increasing more than 30% from last year, while the Antarctic’s level is well above normal. ... As Natural News reported in October 2017 , Arctic Sea ice mass was already growing then: Greenland experienced a 10 times ...

International marine science organization releases report on radiation in Pacific Ocean

https://naturalnews.com/043585_Fukushima_radiation_Pacific_Ocean_marine_science_organization.html

The amount of atmospheric cesium being transported across the ocean via winds remains the unknown yet potentially greater factor. ... Scientists have acknowledged that it will continue to spread into the Arctic Ocean, reaching eastern Russia and eventually pouring into the Atlantic Ocean. "...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth's mantle, explain researchers

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-01-dead-supercontinent-is-partly-responsible-for-the-ocean-sinking.html

The split also closed off the Tethys Ocean and triggered the formation of the Arctic Ocean from what used to be the Sinus Borealis. ... Deep ocean cycle no match for sea level spikes – researcher Despite the continued “draining” of the ocean’s waters into the mantle, however, Karlsen said it can’t really address issues such as continued sea level spikes, noting that even as massive amounts of water sink into the mantle, actual sea ...

A dead supercontinent is partly responsible for the ocean sinking into the Earth's mantle, explain researchers

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-20-supercontinent-responsible-for-ocean-sinking-into-mantle.html

The split also closed off the Tethys Ocean and triggered the formation of the Arctic Ocean from what used to be the Sinus Borealis. ... Deep ocean cycle no match for sea level spikes – researcher Despite the continued “draining” of the ocean’s waters into the mantle, however, Karlsen said it can’t really address issues such as continued sea level spikes, noting that even as massive amounts of water sink into the mantle, actual sea ...

Radioactive iodine has been "legally" released by European nuclear power plants for over fifty years... used for "tracking ocean currents"

https://naturalnews.com/2017-08-28-radioactive-iodine-has-been-legally-released-by-european-nuclear-power-plants-for-over-fifty-years-used-for-tracking-ocean-currents.html

The iodine began its 15,000-kilometer journey at the two plants in France and the U.K. and continued flowing north to the Arctic Ocean off of Norway. ... In addition, iodine from the ocean can enter the air in the form of sea spray or iodine gas, according to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. "...

Plastic pollution threatens the food supply from the world's oceans

https://naturalnews.com/2019-03-27-plastic-pollution-threatens-quality-quantity-of-food-supply.html

The plastic was found on ice floes at the location of between 77 degrees and 80 degrees north in the Arctic Ocean. ... According to the scientists, a lot of plastic end up in the Arctic Ocean because there are many rivers that empty into the Arctic basin. "...

Sailing scientists discover almost 200,000 marine virus species: Data can help biologists understand how viruses affect the marine ecosystem

https://naturalnews.com/2019-10-06-sailing-scientists-discover-marine-virus-species.html

Further, the researchers obtained plenty of viral samples in the Arctic Ocean. They even discovered a hotspot of biodiversity in the freezing waters of the region. ... Sources include: LiveScience.com EurekAlert.org Previous :Electricity in unlikely places: Rock surfaces throughout the planet may act as natural solar panels Next : Treating wounds: How to recognize and prevent wound infection - More news on arctic ocean Plastic fibers from clothes are polluting ...

Don't look now, but Arctic sea ice mass has grown almost 40% since 2012

https://naturalnews.com/2017-10-01-arctic-sea-ice-mass-has-grown-almost-40-since-2012.html

As you can see from the chart below, the sea ice growth for 2016 – 2017 is much higher than the mean from 1981 – 2010: This has been the pattern in the Arctic over the last few years. ... Arctic ice levels reach 30-year HIGH US military revamping to fight Russia – and maybe China – in the Arctic Russia deploying real-deal “doomsday” weapon that can flood U.S. coastal cities with nuclear tsunamis Russia testing nuclear missiles and submarines in the Arctic ...

Russia building up massive military presence in Arctic with advanced secret weapons, occupying the "high ground" of planet Earth

https://naturalnews.com/2018-12-19-russia-building-up-massive-military-presence-in-arctic-with-advanced-secret-weapons.html

Similar works continue at the Temp airfield on the Kotelny Island (located between the Laptev Sea and the East Siberian Sea in the Russian Arctic) Russia has some competition but Moscow had the early advantage In September, the Russian military showcased a new mobile coastal defense missile system — the Bastion — that the Kremlin plans to deploy in the region. ... Russia isn’t the only great power seeking to expand influence over the Arctic. Canada borders the ...

South Pole records its coldest six months stretch, as Arctic Sea ice volume expands, nearing 20-year record

https://naturalnews.com/2021-12-01-south-pole-records-its-coldest-six-months-stretch-arctic-sea-ice-volume-expands.html

Arctic Sea ice volume is currently breaking 20-year records. Chunks of ice are interfering with shipping routes in the Siberian Sea. ... District Judge STRIKES DOWN Biden’s vax mandate for federal contractors - More news on Arctic Sea South Pole records its coldest six months stretch, as Arctic Sea ice volume expands, nearing 20-year record Transport of tropical ocean heat causes over-estimation of global average temperatures ...

Sea ice cracks cause mercury to accumulate in Arctic environment

https://naturalnews.com/043717_sea_ice_cracks_mercury_Arctic.html

Sea ice cracks cause mercury to accumulate in Arctic environment Friday, January 31, 2014 by: Ethan A. ... "When Arctic sea ice cracks apart, relatively warm ocean water meets frigid polar air, causing atmospheric turbulence," writes Becky Oskin for WU about the process. "...