Daily Archives: February 4, 2011

NOAA ENSO expert: “odds for a two-year (La Niña) event remain well above 50%”

Multivariate ENSO Index (MEI) Last update: 4 February 2011 by Klaus Wolter The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of NOAA. El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the most important coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon to … Continue reading

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Prop23 cap-n-trade gets tangled in environmental review

Oh this is delicious sweet irony…they adopted a plan but didn’t bother to make a complete environmental review like any other project in the state is required to do. That’s what they get for ramrodding the thing. From the: Calif. … Continue reading

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This is interesting. Midday temps in the USA and Canada:

Posted in records, Weather | 73 Comments

Pielke Sr. on the gang of 18 letter to congress

Comments On The Hill’s Post “Scientists Ask Congress To Put Aside Politics, Take ‘Fresh Look’ At Climate Data” By Dr. Roger Pielke Sr. http://thehill.com/blogs/e2-wire/677-e2-wire/141453-scientists-put-aside-politics-and-focus-on-climate-science There is an article in The Hill’s Energy and Environment Blog on February 1 2011 by Andrew Restuccia … Continue reading

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Now it’s Wolverines threatened by global warming

  Wolverines make their home mainly in the boreal forests and tundra regions of North America, Europe, and Asia. (Photo by Vince Maidens, Creative Commons License.) No mention though of the “adopt a wolverine” program that has proven so popular … Continue reading

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Ocean ridges and climate models

From USGS, who is now apparently in the climate business, because mapping and earthquakes are sooo 20th century.   New Discoveries Improve Climate Models Underwater Ridges Impact Ocean’s Flow of Warm Water New discoveries on how underwater ridges impact the … Continue reading

Posted in Modeling, Oceans | 62 Comments