Daily Archives: August 28, 2010

Sumatran volcano erupts: first time since 1600

Located at 3.17°N 98.392°E the volcano erupted suddenly and without warning. The Jakarta Post and Xinhua have photos of the eruption: About these ads

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Posted in Vulcanism | 38 Comments

Congratulations (finally) to Spencer and Braswell on getting their new paper published

WUWT provided a primer on cloud feedbacks on June 12th, 2009, followed by Willis Eschenbach’s “thermostat hypothesis” also recently published. This new paper by Spencer and Braswell is in the same theme as these. On the diagnosis of radiative feedback … Continue reading

Posted in Climate sensitivity | 97 Comments

Weather versus climate: sine of the times

Finally, this vexatious question has been settled with a meteorological time series analysis. I’m sure the media and all who support their important work in factual climate reporting will approve.

Posted in Satire | 42 Comments

Nature notices the SH cold: global warming blamed

The money quote: “With such extreme climatic events potentially becoming more common due to climate change…” Maybe next week Nature will notice La Nina: Cold empties Bolivian rivers of fish Antarctic cold snap kills millions of aquatic animals in the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News, Oceans, records, Weather | 90 Comments

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was 2010-08-28 (August 28, 2010) Brought to you by The Science and Environmental Policy Project Don’t forget to attend the SEPP-SEEE Climate-Energy Forum at 10:30 am on Sept 25 in the Ernst Community Center at the Annandale … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News Roundup | 14 Comments

New El Niño type: worse than we thought

From the Jet Propulsion Lab: NASA/NOAA Study Finds El Niños are Growing Stronger A relatively new type of El Niño, which has its warmest waters in the central-equatorial Pacific Ocean, rather than in the eastern-equatorial Pacific, is becoming more common … Continue reading

Posted in ENSO | 122 Comments