Daily Archives: August 14, 2010

More on the Russian heat wave – satellite analysis

By Steve Goddard Dr Pielke’s excellent post gave me an idea. NASA said : Not all parts of the Russian Federation experienced unusual warmth on July 20–27, 2010. A large expanse of northern central Russia, for instance, exhibits below-average temperatures. … Continue reading

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Monckton: Why current trends are not alarming

Since there has been a lot of discussion about Monckton here and elsewhere, I’ve offered him the opportunity to present his views here. – Anthony Guest post by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley At http://www.scienceandpublicpolicy.org I publish a widely-circulated and vigorously-debated … Continue reading

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Pielke Sr. on Heat Wave in Russia

Heat Wave In Russia – Is It From Global Warming? Guest Post  by Dr. Roger Pielke Senior, University of Colorado Image: NASA Earth Observatory. This map shows temperature anomalies for the Russian Federation from July 20–27, 2010, compared to temperatures for … Continue reading

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