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  • Contributor Bio’s « RealClimate
    of the lead authors of the 4th Assessment Report of the IPCC In 2007 he became an Honorary Fellow of the University of Wales and in 2010 a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union More information about his research and publication record can be found here All posts by stefan Comments Off on Stefan Rahmstorf Jim Bouldin Filed under Contributor Bio s Jim 6 December 2004 Jim Bouldin is a currently unaffiliated research ecologist holding a BS in Wildlife Management from Ohio State University and a PhD in Plant Science from UCD His primary research background interest relates to forest change in response to human activity over the last 200 years and associated vegetation analysis methods issues focusing on North America Relative to climate topics He is interested in mathematical statistical methods in the analysis of tree rings as climatic proxies and the role of forest vegetation in the carbon cycle and larger climate system More detail about his interests and work are here Comments Off on Jim Bouldin Eric Steig Filed under Contributor Bio s eric 6 December 2004 Eric Steig is an isotope geochemist at the University of Washington in Seattle His primary research interest is use of ice core records to document climate variability in the past He also works on the geological history of ice sheets on ice sheet dynamics on statistical climate analysis and on atmospheric chemistry He received a BA from Hampshire College at Amherst MA and M S and PhDs in Geological Sciences at the University of Washington and was a DOE Global Change Graduate fellow He was on the research faculty at the University of Colorado and taught at the University of Pennsylvania prior to returning to the University of Washington 2001 He has served on the national steering committees for the Ice Core Working Group the Paleoenvironmental Arctic Sciences initiative and the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Initiative all sponsored by the US National Science Foundation He was a senior editor of the journal Quaternary Research and director of the Quaternary Research Center He has published more than 100 peer reviewed articles in international journals More information about his research and publication record can be found here All posts by eric Comments Off on Eric Steig Older Entries Newer Entries Site Google Custom Search Recent Comments Unforced Variations Feb 2016 T What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jim Eager 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 With Inline Responses Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response to Nic Lewis SteveS Marvel et al 2015 Part III Response

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  • New Google search function « RealClimate
    four hours I felt not scared but liberatedâ almost at home where I should be with brother Paul Burman as underneath us and with news helicopters flying overhead the drama unfolded Where I should be where others should be figuratively if we are to prevent looming climate catastrophe If we are to create a new and hopeful world I believe such a world is possible And we cannot let our fears keep us from doing what is necessaryâ whatever is necessaryâ to get to it Abbie and Ellie Children everywhere Future generations Need us now 62 Hank Roberts says 27 Oct 2006 at 1 07 AM Re Grant s question and Gavin s explanation in the earlier comment at 11 00 am that s one way to refer to previous postings avoiding the unreliable and changing posting number problem When I point to that and copy link and paste it in it looks like this cumbersome http www realclimate org index php archives 2006 10 new google search function comment 20387 but cut and paste it from view source it looks like this in the original 11 00 am That s a lasting way to point to something either click the timestamp copy link and paste that back in or notice the timestamp do view source and find that exact time and copy and paste that in Either works Why Because er it s an alternative to madness wry grin Mine anyhow Or any later reader s One of the oddest things about the climate change sites is the way response numbers get to be wrong after people discuss them The reasons are diffferent the results are different the effect is equally disabling climateaudit s postings get deleted after they re made so you can find yourself at response 200 reading a reference to a previous posting where someone says in response 205 soandso said because five people s postings have been deleted since and the topic numbers changed by subtraction realclimate s where a reference to response 20 may now refer to content in someone s posting renumbered 25 because postings had been held in the queue that were subsequently approved and inserted in timestammp order and all the following response numbers changed by addition Editors have to make editorial choices fine but having the comment numbers change after the fact as a result is a disastrous result in both approaches It s a babel effect it means subsequent readers will have trouble following any conversation a few weeks or months later 63 Martin Lewitt says 28 Oct 2006 at 5 27 AM A search on solar conveyor cycle prediction did not turn up the nasa gov site On a separate note Stefan the IPCC reports are not peer reviewed rigorously or otherwise the authors editors solicit comments from from experts and governments but are free to ignore them Their reports should be included in the search but lets not mischaracterize their nature 64 Susan says 28 Oct 2006 at 8 57 AM Like many of the featured examples linked at Google Co op you do not display the Google Custom Search graphic in your search box According to Google s Terms of Service 2 3 Attribution it is supposed to be there Do you have a separate TOS agreement that allows you to take it out Nobody has provided a sufficient answer to this contradiction on the Google Co op group board 65 Eli Rabett says 28 Oct 2006 at 11 48 AM Is there a list of the allowed sources anywhere there should be 66 Hank Roberts says 28 Oct 2006 at 12 37 PM One thought if you aren t picking up postings made by Dr Judith Curry during the period when she was posting at Climate Audit then the search engine s failing badly She I think has quit posting there now She did a very good job of presenting a scientific view of the issues discussed I don t know if that material is preserved anywhere else or if CA s editors will leave it available to be read permanently they delete a lot after a while It d be a serious loss if her postings aren t found and shown to people looking for good science writing in this area I can t evaluate anyone else s postings there but don t lose Dr Curry s by omitting that site There has to be a way to evaluate information by its author or content or item by item rather than by website owner Please 67 John Norris says 28 Oct 2006 at 1 26 PM re Response It s not cherry picking but a kind of quality rubber stamp Here you can be fairly safe that the contents have some quality but you can always use other search engines if you want to a wider search rasmus The intent obviously is to direct readers of this website to search websites trusted by the authors of RealClimate It is undeniably censorship albeit on a small scale You can say that that is good or necessary but the ultimate result of censorship is always reduced visibility of critique I think that that reduces the credibility of your website But it is a free internet and if that is the unintended consequence you are willing to trade for then go right ahead Response The intent obviously is to direct readers of this website to search websites trusted by the authors of RealClimate Yes thats exactly the point If you want to search without us use google direct you know where it is We are offering a value added service by limiting the search William 68 Eli Rabett says 28 Oct 2006 at 5 28 PM John Norris post implies that a bibliography is censorship if it is not complete 69 garhane says 30 Oct 2006 at 8 12 PM I personally have developed a sort of negative wish list Things I do not want to see

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  • RCwiki
    topic How to talk to a GW skeptic CB Climate Change A guide for the perplexed New Scientist Response to common contrarian arguments RC Climate change debate summary NERC UK Climate Change Guide UK Met Office A thorough debunking Brian Angliss Global Warming Myths OSS Foundation Skeptical Science John Cook Alphabetically by author Albrechtsen Janet Allègre Claude Ambler Harold Archibald David C Asher Michael Ball Tim Beck E G Bellamy David Blair Tim Bolt Andrew Booker Christopher Boucenna Ahmed Carter Robert Chapman Phil Crichton Michael Cockburn Alexander Coleman John Corcoran Terence D Aleo Joe de Freitas Chris Devine Frank Douglass David et al Duffy Michael Dyson Freeman Easterbrook Don Easterbrook Gregg Evans David Evans Ray Lavoisier Group Feldman Stanley and Vincent Marks Galvin Cyril Green Kenneth P Green Kesten and Armstrong Scott Gerlich and Tscheuschner Goddard Steven Gray Vincent Gray William Gunter Lorne Happer Will Harris Tom Herman Arthur Hertzberg Martin House of Lords Economic Affairs Select Committee Report Jacoby Jeff Jaworowski Zbignew Jensen Dennis Johnson Paul Kenny Chris Khilyuk and Chilingar Kininmonth William Krauthammer Charles Lawson Nigel Levitt S and Dubner S Superfreakonomics Lindzen Richard Littlejohn Richard Lomborg Bjørn Lovley Erika McLean John Michaels Patrick Miskolczi Ferenc Monckton Christopher Montford Andrew Marohasy Jennifer McFayden Ian Novak Robert Nova Joanne O Neil Brendan Plimer Ian Rancourt Denis Robinson et al OISM Saunders Debra J Siddons Alan Singer Fred Skywalker Lucy Solomon Lawrence Soon Willie Spencer Roy Stapleton John Stephens Bret Stewart Cameron Theon John S Walker Len Watts Anthony Will George By Myth Chaotic systems are not predictable Climate models are not reliable don t include clouds and or other feedbacks CO2 isn t rising as quickly as projections CO2 doesn t lead it lags CO2 record is not reliable Global temperatures are decreasing Impacts will be beneficial Instrumental Record

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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 Jim Eager 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 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 « RealClimate
    future climate can you expect for you children Do we expect more extreme events and will a global warming affect the statistics of storms Another question is how the local changes matters for local communities and the ecosystem It may be contrary to most people s impression We have a clearer picture of future climate changes on a global scale than of the local consequences associated with a global warming And we know why More Comments pop up 157 Let s learn from mistakes Filed under Climate Science Scientific practice skeptics rasmus 23 August 2015 The publication Learning from mistakes in climate research is the result of a long winded story with a number of surprises At least to me I have decided to share this story with our readers since it in some aspects is closely linked with RealClimate More Comments pop up 99 Noise on the Telegraph Filed under Climate Science Communicating Climate In the News Instrumental Record rasmus 11 February 2015 I was surprised by the shrill headlines from a British newspaper with the old fashioned name the Telegraph The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever So what is this all about More Comments pop up 123 Older Entries Site Google Custom Search Recent Comments Unforced Variations Feb 2016 T What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jim Eager 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 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

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  • Rasmus E. Benestad « RealClimate
    What is the best description of the greenhouse effect Jim Eager 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 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
    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 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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  • stefan « RealClimate
    of power behind the climate change debate and stresses the importance of non state actors in achieving change and it defines the atmosphere and the environment as a common good rather than a no man s land available for anyone to pollute This underlines that climate change is strongly related to the issues of justice and property rights More Comments pop up 85 Debate in the noise Filed under Climate Science Communicating Climate Instrumental Record IPCC Reporting on climate stefan 15 June 2015 Last week there was an international media debate on climate data which appeared to be rather surreal to me It was claimed that the global temperature data had so far shown a hiatus of global warming from 1998 2012 which was now suddenly gone after a data correction So what happened One of the data centers that compile the data on global surface temperatures NOAA reported in the journal Science on an update of their data Some artifacts due to changed measurement methods especially for sea surface temperatures were corrected and additional data of previously not included weather stations were added All data centers are continually working to improve their database and they therefore occasionally present version updates of their global series NASA data are currently at version 3 the British Hadley Centre data at version 4 There is nothing unusual about this and the corrections are in the range of a few hundredths of a degree see Figure 1 This really is just about fine details More Comments pop up 59 A hypothesis about the cold winter in eastern North America Update Filed under Climate impacts Climate Science Oceans stefan 30 March 2015 The past winter was globally the warmest on record At the same time it set a new cold record in the subpolar North Atlantic and it was very cold in the eastern parts of North America Are these things related Two weeks ago NOAA published the following map of temperature anomalies for the past December January February i e the Northern Hemisphere winter One week ago we published a paper in Nature Climate Change which had been in the works for a few years arguing that the cold in the subpolar North Atlantic is indicative of an AMOC slowdown as discussed in my last post Immediately our readers started to ask as we indeed had been asking ourselves does the cold winter in eastern North America culminating in the Inhofe snowball incident have anything to do with what is going on in the Atlantic Fig 1 Temperature anomaly map for the past december january february from NOAA More References S Rahmstorf J E Box G Feulner M E Mann A Robinson S Rutherford and E J Schaffernicht Exceptional twentieth century slowdown in Atlantic Ocean overturning circulation Nature Climate Change vol 5 pp 475 480 2015 http dx doi org 10 1038 nclimate2554 Comments pop up 33 Older Entries Site Google Custom Search Recent Comments Unforced Variations Feb 2016 T What is the best

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