Daily Archives: May 29, 2010

Leif Svalgaard on the experience of peer review

I’m remiss in getting this up until now, as Leif sent it back on May 12th. Prep, travel and recovery for ICCC4 took up quite a bit of my time, but I’m pleased to be able to offer this from … Continue reading

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Arctic Ice Volume Has Increased 25% Since May, 2008

By Steve Goddard and Anthony Watts The Navy requires accurate sea ice information for their operations, and has spent a lot of effort over the years studying, measuring, and operating in Arctic ice both above and below, such as they … Continue reading

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Throwing the polar bears under the bus

From a Eurekalert press release, it seems the polar bears just aren’t doing the job anymore: “Communicators need to move away from the traditional images of polar bears or fear-laden imagery to find new, inspirational motifs to engage people with … Continue reading

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