• Are Oceans Warming While Global Surface Temperatures Are Stalling?

    • Date: 22/07/13
    • Bob Tisdale, Climate Observations

    The ocean temperature data for the depths of 700-2000 meters is an important topic. With the surface temperatures no longer warming and with the slowdown in the rate at which the oceans are warming at depths of 0-700 meters, climate scientists are now saying the missing heat is being forced to depths below 700 meters. […]

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  • Waiting For The Warming

    • Date: 19/07/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    Looking back at what was reported in the late 90s and the early years of this century everyone was expecting the rise in global temperature seen in the 90s to continue at an IPCC sanctioned rate of 0.3 deg C per decade. Only years later in the face of no temperature rise was it mentioned […]

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  • Polar Ice Melt May Be Natural Event

    • Date: 16/07/13
    • John von Radowitz, AFP

    Rapid melting of polar ice sheets may be due to short-lived natural events rather than climate change, scientists said. New research suggests more time is needed to predict the likely impact of global warming and ice loss on sea levels. A boat skims through melting ice off Greenland. Picture: AFP The ice sheets covering Antarctica and […]

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  • Jury Still Out On Cause Of Melting Ice Sheets

    • Date: 15/07/13
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Another decade of satellite observations was needed to determine whether a recent acceleration in ice melt from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets was the result of long-term trends or short-term natural variability. A new paper, published today in Nature Geoscience, said melting ice was the major factor to determine future sea level rises. Some […]

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  • WMO’s Extreme Report

    • Date: 05/07/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    This week’s World Meterological Organisation’s report “The Global Climate 2001-2010: A Decade Of Climate Extremes,” attracted little publicity. This is probably a good thing as it is one of the most muddled and inaccurate reports I have ever read from an international organisation. It is about ‘climate extremes’ in the last decade which it claims […]

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  • Rising CO2 Level Is Greening Planet Earth: New Study

    • Date: 05/07/13
    • Sran Bear, ITWire

    A new study based on satellite observations, just released globally by Australia’s science agency the CSIRO, is likely to cause a stir among anti-carbon dioxide global warming alarmist circles. According to the study, over the past three decades the rise in atmospheric CO2 has contributed significantly to the greening of our planet. Satellite data shows […]

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  • Met Office Washout Claims Get A Cool Reception

    • Date: 27/06/13
    • Gabrielle Monaghan, The Sunday Times

    Some climate change scientists are getting hot under the collar over last week’s claims that we are facing a decade of washout summers. One Irish climatologist is predicting that the freak weather conditions may end as soon as next year. Stephen Belcher, head of the Hadley Centre for climate research at the UK’s Met Office, […]

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  • Met Office: We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

    • Date: 20/06/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    In the Met Office the UK has the best weather forecaster in the world. Predicting the ever changeable weather for these isles, on the western edge of a continent and the eastern shore of a great ocean, is one of the most challenging topics in science, a challenge that has to be faced every few […]

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