Keeping track of NOAA’s ENSO data changes

The NOAA Weekly ENSO Sea Surface Temperature Indices Webpage Has Changed Location By Bob Tisdale There has been concern expressed recently around the blogosphere that NOAA hasn’t updated their weekly El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) sea surface temperature-based indices webpage since May 16, 2012. I use the NOAA NOMADS website (alternate NOAA computer here) for my sea…

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30 years of soil moisture imaged from satellite data

From the Vienna University of Technology, a first. A very cool video follows. Since soil moisture is an indicator of evapotranspiration, I’d love to see a closeup around Mount Kilimanjaro, whose ice cap loss is said to be more related to tree loss and loss of evapotranspiration that Al Gore’s claims of global warming. Above:…

Rio+20 Final Draft

From Craig Rucker at CFACT: Here is the final draft of the Rio+20 outcome document “The Future We Want.”  You can examine the entire document at CFACT.tv and decide for yourself — have the delegates in Rio crafted a “future we want,” or as CFACT’s analysis shows “a future to dread.” The U.S. spoke at…

Just a reminder, these are still available

Readers may recall my family trip to photograph the annular solar eclipse in May 2012, and the stunning image captured and uploaded to WUWT from a Starbucks in Fernley, NV. just minutes afterwards. A set of limited edition prints (200) has been produced and they have sold about half, and I wanted to remind you…