The oceans have a surface area of 335 million square kilometres. Antarctica has an area of 13.8 million square kilometres which is 98% covered in ice, with a depth of up to 5 kilometres. Greenland, in the Arctic, has an area of 2.2 million square kilometres, with an ice cap of up to 2.6 kilometres. … More LONDON FLOODS – 300ft UNDERWATER
23 SEPT 2012 – PRESS & MEDIA – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. CONTACT – Noel Hodson, Tel +44(0)1865 760994 Mobile +44 07713 681 216 email firstname.lastname@example.org “ARCTIC SEA ICE REDUCTION – 5 BILLION DISPLACED FROM THE COASTAL MARGINS – THERE IS NOWHERE SAFE TO HIDE” http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=arctic-sea-ice-loss-implications http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/27/arctic-sea-ice-hits-new-and-early-summer-low-for-satellite-era/ http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21528801.200-arctic-melt-smash-and-grab-ahead.html A HOME FOR RISING SEA-LEVELS.ARCHITECTS DESIGN FLOATING BUILDINGS … More GLOBAL FLOODS – READ ALL ABOUT IT!
Most of us in the developed world read this week that more of the Arctic sea ice has melted away than ever in human history. I usually shy away from saying “I told you so”, but forecasting is one of my roles for clients and flooding of our major cities is about to affect billions of lives – … More S.O.S. – ARCTIC ICE MELTING