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Vol. 15, No. 3 Week of January 17, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Arctic warms while Europe and L48 freeze

Unusual weather pattern sweeps frigid air south while warmer than normal conditions in North Atlantic reduce rate of sea ice formation

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

Newsreel shots of blizzards in central Europe, the sight of snow storms in Oklahoma and reports of Arctic-like temperatures in Scotland and Scandinavia may leave people wondering what the weather has been like in the Arctic, where seriously cold conditions normally prevail at this time of year. But....

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How come? Arctic oscillation

Warm air


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