• U.S. Lawmakers Expand Probe Of Hiatus-Denying NOAA Study

    • Date: 27/02/16
    • Jeff Tollefson, Nature

    House of Representatives committee expands investigation of a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration analysis that refuted global warming ‘hiatus’. Republicans in the US House of Representatives are expanding their request for documents related to a major climate study by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Agency researchers — led by Thomas Karl, director […]

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  • Labrador Sea Ice Highest In 20 Years

    • Date: 26/02/16
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Sea ice off the southern Labrador coast hasn’t been this high for this date in 20 years: that’s great news for the harp and hooded seals that will give birth at the Front in another few weeks – for a while anyway, because a bumper crop of baby seals is also good news for the […]

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  • NOAA In Trouble Over Hiatus-Denial Documents

    • Date: 25/02/16
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A new paper put out by a group of scientists has debunked a controversial National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) report from last year claiming global warming has accelerated faster than surface temperature readings have shown. The debunking comes as congressional investigators demand government climate bureaucrats turn over emails and documents related to the “hiatus”-busting study. “Overall, […]

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  • Hide The Hiatus: Global News Media Ignore Inconvenient Research Findings

    • Date: 25/02/16
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    A new paper published yesterday in Nature Climate Change confirms that the so-called global warming hiatus between 1997 and 2014 was real and that claims that it was overstated or never existed are untrue: “It has been claimed that the early-2000s global warming slowdown or hiatus, characterized by a reduced rate of global surface warming, has […]

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  • New Paper Shows Global Warming Hiatus Real After All

    • Date: 24/02/16
    • Thomas Richard, The Examiner

    Climate researchers have published a new paper this week in the journal Nature Climate Change that acknowledges there has been a global warming slowdown from 2000-2014. Their research shows a hiatus did indeed occur and continued into the 21st century, contradicting another study last June that said the hiatus was just an artifact that “vanishes when […]

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  • Planet Is Not Overheating, Says UK Statistician

    • Date: 23/02/16
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    The global average temperature is likely to remain unchanged by the end of the century, contrary to predictions by climate scientists that it could rise by more than 4C, according to a leading statistician. British winters will be slightly warmer but there will be no change in summer, Terence Mills, Professor of Applied Statistics at […]

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  • Statistical Forecasting: How Fast Will Future Warming Be?

    • Date: 23/02/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A new paper published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation explains how statistical forecasting methods can provide an important contrast to climate model-based predictions of future global warming. The repeated failures of economic models to generate accurate predictions has taught many economists a healthy scepticism about the ability of their own models, regardless of […]

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  • Viral Mistake: The Case Of The 150,000 ‘Dead’ Penguins

    • Date: 22/02/16
    • Ben Collins, The Daily Beast

    You may have read that an Antarctic colony of penguins was trapped by an iceberg and died, killed by climate change. But there’s a twist: All parts of the story turn out to be untrue. Some good news for 150,000 dead penguins in Antarctica: They might not be dead. Bad news: There may not be […]

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