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. Areas of atypical warmth, however, predominate in the east and west. Orange- and red-tinged areas…

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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 Monthly CO2 Report, including graphs showing changes in CO2 concentration and in global mean surface…

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 the same dates from 2000 to 2008. The anomalies are based on land surface temperatures…