Daily Archives: February 15, 2011

New WUWT Ocean Reference Page added

Introducing our newest reference page the WUWT Ocean page: http://wattsupwiththat.com/reference-pages/ocean/ We’ve also changed the WUWT “ENSO/Sea Level/Sea Surface Temperature Page” to the “ENSO (El Nino/La Nina Southern Oscillation)” and this page is now everything ENSO. If you have the WUWT … Continue reading

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Climate Audit requested of the Australian BoM and CSIRO

On Jo Nova’s site, the cat is set amongst the pigeons: A team of skeptical scientists, citizens, and an Australian Senator have lodged a formal request with the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) to have the BOM and CSIRO audited. … Continue reading

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Blizzard stories from the National Weather Service

Mike Smith tips us to this NOAA Communications Office Summary of stories about the February blizzard. It makes for interesting reading. As Record Snow Falls, NWS Employees Hunker Down An Epic Storm: Tulsa, Okla. Chuck Hodges and Bruce Sherbon, forecasters … Continue reading

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Controversial NASA temperature graphic morphs into garbled mess

UPDATE: Repaired – see below What happened to that image? Back in 1999, Dr. James Hansen of NASA penned a report on surface temperatures still located on their servers. However, the critical figure for the report, a GIF image, has … Continue reading

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The Chinese peg the sulfur emissions worldwide

From PNNL: Worldwide sulfur emissions rose between 2000-2005, after decade of decline Shipping, China top emissions growth in new analysis of 150 years of emissions COLLEGE PARK, Md. – A new analysis of sulfur emissions appearing in the journal Atmospheric … Continue reading

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Russian Winter: severe cold to invade Moscow and Eastern Europe

Post by Dr. Ryan N. Maue Throughout history, the term Russian Winter has come to explain the multitude of military failures of various invading forces into European Russia.  The effects of weather and short-term climate on warfare has been recognized … Continue reading

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Climate craziness of the week: 8°F by 2100, sea level rise to hit US coastal cities hard

From the hot and well above sea level University of Arizona, home of the world famous parking lot climate station, comes this zany press release: Rising seas will affect major US coastal cities by 2100 Rising sea levels could threaten … Continue reading

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