2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.10
Northeastern and Northwestern Passages Both Closed
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.9
Northeastern Passage Expected to Close This Week
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.8
Epoch Making Polar Routeing Voyage Concludes Safely
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.7
Arctic Re-icing Continues
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.6
Sea Ice Extent Expanding Again
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.5
Arctic Sea Ice Expected to Increase Soon
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.4
Commercial Voyage Through the Northeast Passage Begins!
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.3
Both Passages Open, Earliest in History
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.2
Northeastern Passage Stays Open
2011 GIC Weekly Report Vol.1
First Report for 2011: Possibility of Both Passages Opening This Year
Rapidly spreading Arctic sea ice closes the Polar Routes.
(This is the final report for this season.)
The Arctic sea ice has begun to expand again, soon closing the polar routes.
Northwest/Northeast Passages are now both open
Northwest Passage remains open; Northeast Passage nearly opens.
The Northwestern Passage is finally open now.
Northwestern Passage nearly open.
Although NW Passage is not yet open, melting continues towards the minimum.
A high pressure, promoting sea ice decline for the Northwestern Passage.
Melting continues in Western Passage
The North Western Passage has a big chance to open in this summer
Effects of the Arctic Oscillation expected to be seen in the Bohai Sea and the Baltic Sea