Tag Archives: Interglacial

Good news! Elevated CO2 may extend interglacial, prevent next ice age

Reader “Markx” writes in Tips and Notes on a paper I hadn’t noticed before (because it was published before WUWT was born). Of course it only works if CO2 has a long residence time and/or our elevated emission levels continue. … Continue reading

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Can we predict the duration of an interglacial?

Perspective by William McClenney on the paper of the same title by: P. C. Tzedakis, E.W. Wolff, L. C. Skinner, V. Brovkin, D. A. Hodell, J. F. McManus, and D. Raynaud http://www.clim-past.net/8/1473/2012/cp-8-1473-2012.pdf I can often be heard, when assailed by … Continue reading

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The End Holocene, or How to Make Out Like a ‘Madoff’ Climate Change Insurer

Guest post by William F. McClenney This post is essentially an update to The Antithesis and On “Trap Speed”, the ACC and the SNR. The entire non-debate on anthropogenic climate effects has always struck me “as two fleas arguing over … Continue reading

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