• U.S. Drought Falls To Record Low

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Doyle Rice, USA Today

    Drought in the U.S. fell to a record low this week, with just 6.1% of the lower 48 states currently experiencing such dry conditions, federal officials announced Thursday. That’s the lowest percentage in the 17-year history of the weekly U.S. Drought Monitor report. The previous record low occurred in July 2010, when 7.7% of the contiguous U.S. was […]

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  • China Cooled Nearly 0.2°C During Global Warming Hiatus

    • Date: 17/04/17
    • Wenling An et al. (2017), Earth and Space Science 15 March 2017

    During the global warming hiatus between 1998 and 2014  temperatures in the whole of China declined sharply, dropping by nearly 0.2°C by the end of the hiatus period. The delayed cooling observed in the Tibetan Plateau was even steeper. Abstract A reduction in the warming rate for the global surface temperature since the late 1990s has attracted […]

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  • Antarctic Peninsula Cooled Nearly 1°C During 1999–2014

    • Date: 14/04/17
    • CO2 Science Magazine

    Warming trends that were once among the highest recorded on earth have slowed and even reversed to show cooling. Paper Reviewed — Oliva, M., Navarro, F, Hrbácek, F., Hernández, A., Nývlt, D., Pereira, P., Ruiz-Fernández, J. and Trigo, R. 2017. Recent regional climate cooling on the Antarctic Peninsula and associated impacts on the cryosphere. Science of the Total Environment 580: 210-223. […]

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  • Global Temperatures Drop To Pre-El Nino Levels

    • Date: 05/04/17
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    The recent El Nino is cooling down as shown clearly in both sea surface temperatures and lower troposphere air temperatures. The two relevant data sets are UAH v.6 and HadSSTv3.1 now provide averages for the month of March 2017. The cooling pattern continues in the tropical seas while ocean temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere (NH) are […]

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  • Standing Up For Free Speech In Science

    • Date: 31/03/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    There have been a few comments about my submission to the House of Commons Committee on Science and Technology report on communicating science. A submission sent personally reflecting my 35 years plus in science communication. They are along the lines of “GWPF Science Editor promotes freedom to spread inaccuracies.” It has been retweeted a handful […]

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  • El Nino Struggles To Get Going

    • Date: 30/03/17
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    Just when it looked like El Nino was getting ready to overspread the tropical Pacific Ocean with warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures something somewhat unexpected has taken place. While still above normal, sea surface temperatures have actually dropped quite noticeably in recent days in the equatorial region of the Pacific Ocean near the west coast of […]

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  • New Papers Document No Warming Trend In Antarctica

    • Date: 28/03/17
    • Kenneth Richard, No Tricks Zone

    For several decades now, Antarctica has not been cooperating with the “global” warming narrative, as the continent as a whole has not been warming. Image Source: State of the Climate, 2016 Several scientific papers have been published recently that document the lack of an anthropogenic warming signal for the Antarctic continent or the surrounding ocean, as […]

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  • GWPF TV: State Of The Climate In 2016

    • Date: 23/03/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The GWPF has published the world’s first State of the Climate Survey based exclusively on observations rather than climate models. Compiled by Professor Ole Humlum, the new climate survey is in sharp contrast to the habitual alarmism of other reports that are mainly based on computer modelling and climate predictions.  

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