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  • Contributor Bio’s « RealClimate
    Bloomberg News list of fifty most influential people in 2013 In 2014 he was named Highly Cited Researcher by the Institute for Scientific Information ISI and received the Friend of the Planet Award from the National Center for Science Education He is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union the American Meteorological Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science Dr Mann is author of more than 190 peer reviewed and edited publications and has published two books including Dire Predictions Understanding Climate Change and The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars Dispatches from the Front Lines He is co founder of RealClimate More information about his research and publication record can be found here All posts by mike Comments Off on Michael E Mann Caspar Ammann Filed under Contributor Bio s group 6 December 2004 Caspar Ammann is a climate scientist working at the National Center for Atmospheric Research NCAR Dr Ammann is interested in the reconstruction of natural climate forcings natural climate variability coupled modeling of natural and anthropogenic climate change and data model intercomparison Dr Ammann got his B S from Gymnasium Koeniz Switzerland his M S from the University of Bern Switzerland and a Ph D from the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts Comments Off on Caspar Ammann Rasmus E Benestad Filed under Contributor Bio s rasmus 6 December 2004 I am a physicist by training and have affiliations with the Norwegian Meteorological Institute My views here are personal and may not necessarily represent those of Met Norway I have a D Phil in physics from Atmospheric Oceanic Planetary Physics at Oxford University in the United Kingdom Recent work involve a good deal of statistics empirical statistical downscaling trend analysis model validation extremes and record values but I have also had some experience with electronics cloud micro physics ocean dynamics air sea processes and seasonal forecasting In addition I wrote the book Solar Activity and Earth s Climate 2002 published by Praxis Springer and together with two colleagues the text book Empirical Statistical Downscaling 2008 World Scientific Publishers I have also written a number of R packages for climate analysis posted http cran r project org I was a member of the council of the European Meteorological Society for the period 2004 2006 representing the Nordic countries and the Norwegian Meteorology Society and have served as a member of CORDEX Task Force on Regional Climate Downscaling In my work I often get questions from media and lay persons about climate change I believe it is necessary to approach these questions with identifying what we really don t know and what we are more sure about I believe that some of Karl Popper ideas about falsification can be useful More Comments Off on Rasmus E Benestad Older Entries Site Google Custom Search Recent Comments What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Patrick Eriksson What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Kevin McKinney Anti scientists Carbomontanus What is the

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  • New Google search function « RealClimate
    exactly the criteria under your search engine I won t use it if I want to build an opinion of my own but I admit it might be useful for quick focused searches The engine at Climate Ark however was able to get rid of sport dealers at least in the topmost results 15 Parikshit says 24 Oct 2006 at 10 40 AM its a very innovative step taken by Google 16 Alan says 24 Oct 2006 at 10 41 AM The google search is a double edge sword I have on many occasions used an RC query link for the word myth as a standard mythbuster for Chriton volcanos ect The search now returns some interesting stuff but it s too broad for use as a general climate mythbuster I know google can restrict searches by domain name can we please have two buttons one for an RC only search and one for the new google search please can we pretty please Response We will try and get this done with buttons it shouldn t be too tricky but html skills are not our strongest suit In the meantime you can hack an RC only searches using http www realclimate org index php s SEARCH TERM submit Search where SEARCH TERM should be replaced with you desired search term gavin 17 Grant says 24 Oct 2006 at 10 53 AM Re 14 I ll second the request for two search buttons one for RC only the other for the new google search Re 13 I agree that it s quite important for people to be exposed to contrary ideas and opinions otherwise we are in even greater danger from what we think we know that just ain t so I m guessing that the motivation for the new search feature is not to stifle dissent or radical thinking but simply to eliminate garbage So I hope the RC moderators will be extremely liberal in their inclusion of sites with alternate viewpoints rejecting suggested sites only when their junk status is beyond a reasonable doubt 18 Alan says 24 Oct 2006 at 10 56 AM Sorry to post twice in a row but it just occured to me How can people logically argue that RC might somehow be in danger of falling into a group think mentality by broadening the search results I mean the old search function only returned results from RC so why all the hand wringing about democracy when the results now include other relevant sites 19 A Fritz says 24 Oct 2006 at 11 55 AM Re 9 6 5 and 4 I think the point here is to select science and not a view Essentially weeded out the view and exposing people to sound science and statistics whatever the results may be 20 Jan Theodore Galkowski says 24 Oct 2006 at 12 01 PM i like Google s and others attempts to make the more technical information more readily understandable and available however i am pessimistic about being able to do this in any automated way while David Wilson s separating the wheat from the chaff may or may not mean separating scientific results based upon their policy implications if he does mean separating based upon policy implications that s a shabby level of evaluation indeed nothing will serve as well as going to the original papers and struggling to understand them where necessary using their references to do so it s standard library research backed up by a good scientific and mathematical education there no shortcutting that and ideology is the worst way of doing it if it is done laziness is a far better criterion IMO there s too much of an idea that truth can somehow be arrived at by collecting a bunch of expert opinions or even opinions and voting yeah i know i m saying juries are terrible ways of obtaining determinations of guilt or innocence i think there s been more than one assessment of juries from a perspective of statistical decision making that comes to the same conclusion with respect to climate for policy to be rationally made it will need to be based upon a consideration of economic risks wedded to probable outcomes but i somehow think many don t care about the nuances of reality preferring to safeguard their own economic interests and those of what they perceive to be the corporate United States 21 Sean D says 24 Oct 2006 at 12 07 PM Might I suggest or request my blog for consideration into this search ability It s called Head in a Cloud at http atoc colorado edu headinacloud The discussion is on scientific matters related to clouds not climate wars I generally try to distill relevant and contemporary papers in the scientific literature in a way that scientists and interested people can understand the articles without pouring over the gory details 22 pete best says 24 Oct 2006 at 12 24 PM http www enn com today html id 11504 We are all Doomed im telling you 23 Lance Olsen says 24 Oct 2006 at 12 28 PM I really hope that Real Climate will add Glen Barry s ambitious excellent info packed Climate Ark Glen was ahead of the climate curve when he started Climate Ark years ago and he makes great effort to keep its info base abreast of the times o 24 lars says 24 Oct 2006 at 12 53 PM Back to the Future Remember Global Cooling Why scientists find climate change so hard to predict Oct 23 2006 In April 1975 in an issue mostly taken up with stories about the collapse of the American backed government of South Vietnam NEWSWEEK published a small back page article about a very different kind of disaster Citing ominous signs that the earth s weather patterns have begun to change dramatically the magazine warned of an impending drastic decline in food production Political disruptions stemming from food shortages could affect just about every nation on earth Scientists urged governments to consider emergency action to head off the terrible threat of well if you had been following the climate change debates at the time you d have known that the threat was global cooling http msnbc msn com id 15391426 site newsweek Response Try reading to the end of the article The point to remember says Connolley is that predictions of global cooling never approached the kind of widespread scientific consensus that supports the greenhouse effect today And for good reason the tools scientists have at their disposal now vastly more data incomparably faster computers and infinitely more sophisticated mathematical models render any forecasts from 1975 as inoperative as the predictions being made around the same time about the inevitable triumph of communism gavin 25 Dian Deevey says 24 Oct 2006 at 1 20 PM I think few of the commenters critical of the new search engine can ever have tried to help ordinary citizens find valid information on the internet I have produced several guidance documents for local citizens as part of a 3 year effort to block a new coal plant in Gainesville Florida Identifying good sites with credible content comprehensible to the non scientist is extremely time consuming Only those who have tried to do it can have any idea of how the skeptics dominate the web The last thing one should do is tell the lay person to do an ordinary google search on global warming My most recent list of useful sites is about a year old and full of caveats because so many federal government sites had either trimmed their sails to comply with administration policy or simply not updated anything since 2001 So I strongly applaud RealClimate s iniative D Deevey I think we are close to victory locally though the picture in the whole state is pretty depressing 26 Bolton says 24 Oct 2006 at 2 36 PM I think it is a great idea as finding reliable information can be very hard 27 Matt says 24 Oct 2006 at 2 56 PM RealClimate like any contribution to the global warming fight is welcomed It like Ecological Internet uses the principle of a database of scientifically approved sites as the bases of it s full text searches This gives a much more targeted search then the whole web type Goggle engine Ecological Internet is still the only engine that combines this with a taxonomic classification of resources links and a data warehouse of public domain news The volumes of data going back over the last seven years gives results even though the original sources have long since removed the content from their sites and archives Climate Ark is concerned with policy and advocacy as well as science A far better search engine aleady exists http www climateark org 28 Babak says 24 Oct 2006 at 4 49 PM As a search engine founder I completely disagree with this notion in which a search engine provides selective search results The evolution of search specifically on the web is based on its unprecedented broad access to the information either it has scientific basis or not However the existing ranking logics behind search engines are good enough to avoid a bogus spam site or page If we don t follow this rule then it would be better stop calling this a search function or a search engine Check climate search and its relevant keywords on RSSMicro http www rssmicro com q climate p 1 Babak RSSMicro Founder 29 wacki says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 05 PM heh I don t like this The last search engine had some serious flaws but those were limited to faulty regular expressions Google Co op has wonderful regular expressions but it s absolutely horrible at sorting the data For instance the last search engine would separate the hits in the main entries from the comments Google co op does not distinguish between the two I did a quick search It had 8 pages of hits and the realclimate entries are spread out randomly over the 8 pages So not only do I have to sift through 8 pages of mostly irrelevant crap but I have to figure out which hits are comments and which hits are from an article Switching over to google co op is a very very bad idea It s a royal pain in the rear and I m far more likely to use a xxxxx site realclimate org in google than this crap Feel free to display both search engines on your site but limiting your users to just this method will really hamper your readership base 30 Ike Solem says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 09 PM It seems rather like the Google News server which allows one to search news outlets over the past few months Not a bad idea at all and potentially very useful Still when it comes to researching a scientific topic the tried and true method is to find and read the most recent and authoritative reviews in the field and flip through their lists of references The journals Science Nature and Proceedings of the National Academies of Science PNAS are good places to start searching and they often contain very readable perspectives and summaries as well that can point to interesting papers and reviews However this can be a difficult and lengthly process and you ll probably need to have a few textbooks at hand to make sense of concepts and jargon but that s the traditional literature search For those who want to just search through realclimate org for a particular topic such as clouds you can go to Google and and type in the search box site www realclimate org clouds radiative forcing for example that comes up with 425 hits If you do the search site climatesci atmos colostate edu clouds radiative forcing you ll get 193 hits most of them from the climate skeptic perspective the models are wrong the data is wrong impressive correlations with solar forcing the reliance of the multi decadal climate predictions to provide accurate forecasts is further shown to be unjustified etc Do the same with site www co2science org clouds radiative forcing and you get 48 hits all claiming that CO2 emmissions are inconsequential it s a fossil fuel site Thus the site search tool can help you quickly figure out what a given web site is all about Faced with such differences it s always good to refer back to the peer reviewed journals which tend to support the realclimate org conclusions Response and there is a very useful tool to quickly find scientific articles on any topic try http scholar google com You can see how often each paper has been cited at least approximately giving you an idea how relevant other scientists find it And you can search for all papers by a certain author very good for journalists who want to check in 2 minutes whether an expert on something is really an expert i e someone who has a good track record of relevant scientific publications stefan 31 John Hunter says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 11 PM I have to admit that the present search facility does give a curiously skewed view of the web I typed in the evil word climateaudit and got ONLY links to realclimate postings Even if it is believed that climateaudit contains absolutely nothing of value isn t the site sufficiently significant for us to at least be told where to find it 32 pete best says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 35 PM Bloke from Freinds of the Earth on the Radio last night been grilled by radio presenter Basically stated that out of the 2 C temp rise that is currently predicted and likely 1 3 of it is already here 0 7 c with another 0 7 C in the pipeline due to latencies and the other 0 7 C likely due to no evidence of emission restrictions been seen at present The radio presenter was incredulous that the only answer that this bloke had he has the Governments ear on solutions to CO2 emissions was taxation that victimises the weak and that we would be better to adapt to climate change rather than try and solve it which he sees as being a hopeless quest anyway due to the eastern empires coming online very quickly and burning of coal being the name of the game Trouble is that when it comes solutions and opinions on what do to about climate change there are many opinions and who knows who is right and what solutions can work We are all just whistling in the wind at the moment If we take projected ff fuel use into the future then we will have doubled the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from present levels by 2100 Another 200 billion tonnes to make 1 trillion tonnes of free Co2 in the atmosphere Doomed and the press and media makes no difference because politically we are frozen because technological solutions do not exist presently 33 kristine says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 39 PM Could google new idea in deciding which sites are categorised and which sites aren t be a further attempt in censoring information I know that they have made a recent agreement with China to have exclusive rights over what sites are deemed fit for its citizens The Chinese Govt are using this as a propaganda tool I think it s very dangerous and people should continue searching independantly and sharing info with each other on which sites are worth visiting Come on surely we don t need google to dictate to us which sites are good or bad I know it seems like an attractive offer to you at realclimate but your site can attract visitors without this Response I think it s correct according to NYT that search engines in China have blocked certain sites themes and I agree that is of great concern But let s not mix issues up In China I suppose there are no other sources of information Our case is different If I may I d use the analogy with an encyclopedia in the olden days In the encyclopedia I d expect that the editors have quality controlled the information I suppose Wikipedia is different but the argument works for the old days and filtered out garbage information This makes the encyclopedia useful if you want to look up information But if the literary world was just limited to this encyclopedia then that would be sad indeed Fortunately there is a wealth of books and there are other Internet search engines so this does in my opinion therefore not count as censorship rasmus 34 SKA says 24 Oct 2006 at 5 46 PM Q1 What websites does RealClimate use in their specialized Google search Q2 Is there a standard way to look up which sites are being searched or are they forever hidden from the user As for Q1 I could just take a look at some of the search results I get from RealClimate s special Google search However 1 this is tiresome and 2 I could miss some websites in my examination of the results 35 Jim Cross says 24 Oct 2006 at 6 48 PM I like the new search feature I typed in brewer dobson and got many relevant responses Previously I only got the RC posts which are few which surprised me I like the idea of two search buttons that clearly distinguished which sites they are searching and perhaps a link to list of sites included in the Google Co op search 36 Allister says 24 Oct 2006 at 7 22 PM Re 16 Google has the ability built in to all its searches to be site specific In the Search field type myth site realclimate org and you will get what

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  • Michael E. Mann « RealClimate
    The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars Dispatches from the Front Lines He is co founder of RealClimate More information about his research and publication record can be found here All posts by mike Comments Off on Michael E Mann Comments are closed Site Google Custom Search Recent Comments What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Patrick Eriksson What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Kevin McKinney Anti scientists Carbomontanus What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Spencer Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open

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  • Rasmus E. Benestad « RealClimate
    What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Patrick Eriksson What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Kevin McKinney Anti scientists Carbomontanus What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Spencer Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open thread RC Forum Scientific practice statistics The Bore Hole Books Contributors Highlights Dummies Guide to the latest Hockey Stick controversy El Nino Global Warming and Anomalous U S Winter Warmth Hurricanes and Global Warming Myth vs Fact Regarding the Hockey Stick On attribution On mismatches between models and observations

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  • Raymond S. Bradley « RealClimate
    Spencer Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open thread RC Forum Scientific practice statistics The Bore Hole Books Contributors Highlights Dummies Guide to the latest Hockey Stick controversy El Nino Global Warming and Anomalous U S Winter Warmth Hurricanes and Global Warming Myth vs Fact Regarding the Hockey Stick On attribution On mismatches between models and observations On Sensitivity Part I Tropical Glacier Retreat Water Vapour feedback or forcing Welcome to RealClimate Other Opinions A Few Things Ill Considered Accuweather Climate Blog And Then There s Physics Andrew Dessler Brave New

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  • Stefan Rahmstorf « RealClimate
    Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open thread RC Forum Scientific practice statistics The Bore Hole Books Contributors Highlights Dummies Guide to the latest Hockey Stick controversy El Nino Global Warming and Anomalous U S Winter Warmth Hurricanes and Global Warming Myth vs Fact Regarding the Hockey Stick On attribution On mismatches between models and observations On Sensitivity Part I Tropical Glacier Retreat Water Vapour feedback or forcing Welcome to RealClimate Other Opinions A Few Things Ill Considered Accuweather Climate Blog And Then There s Physics Andrew Dessler Brave New Climate

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  • Eric Steig « RealClimate
    the greenhouse effect Spencer Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open thread RC Forum Scientific practice statistics The Bore Hole Books Contributors Highlights Dummies Guide to the latest Hockey Stick controversy El Nino Global Warming and Anomalous U S Winter Warmth Hurricanes and Global Warming Myth vs Fact Regarding the Hockey Stick On attribution On mismatches between models and observations On Sensitivity Part I Tropical Glacier Retreat Water Vapour feedback or forcing Welcome to RealClimate Other Opinions A Few Things Ill Considered Accuweather Climate Blog And Then There s Physics Andrew

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  • David Archer « RealClimate
    description of the greenhouse effect Chris Colose Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow What is the best description of the greenhouse effect James Powell Unforced Variations Feb 2016 Jim Galasyn What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jack Barrett With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis steve s Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Andrew Kerber Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System Hank Roberts Blizzard Jonas and the slowdown of the Gulf Stream System doiknow Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis MartinM Anti scientists Don McKenzie Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis Matt Skaggs Anti scientists mikeworst New On line Classes and Models Marcus Pages Acronym index Data Sources Categories Climate Science Aerosols Arctic and Antarctic Carbon cycle Climate impacts Climate modelling El Nino Geoengineering Greenhouse gases Hurricanes Instrumental Record IPCC Oceans Paleoclimate Sun earth connections Communicating Climate Reporting on climate skeptics Extras Attic Comment Policy Contributor Bio s FAQ Glossary In the News Reviews Supplemental data Tutorials hydrological cycle Open thread RC Forum Scientific practice statistics The Bore Hole Books Contributors Highlights Dummies Guide to the latest Hockey Stick controversy El Nino Global Warming and Anomalous U S Winter Warmth Hurricanes and Global Warming Myth vs Fact Regarding the Hockey Stick On attribution On mismatches between models and observations On Sensitivity Part I Tropical Glacier Retreat Water Vapour feedback or forcing Welcome to RealClimate Other Opinions A Few Things Ill Considered Accuweather Climate Blog And Then There s Physics Andrew Dessler Brave New Climate C2ES Christian Science Monitor Climate Change Education Climate Communication Climate Matters Columbia Climate Science Watch

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