Coal Creek, Colorado Coop Observing Station Cooling The Last Decade

reposted from ICECAP By Dr. Richard Keen, University of Colorado I’m the NOAA co-op observer for Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado, elevation 8950 feet, in the foothills NW of Denver.  Here is a graph of average temperatures for the past ten years.  2008 is by far the coldest year in the past decade, with an average…

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My picks for the weblog awards

This weblog awards contest has few people up in arms because WUWT is currently leading. Lucia points out some of the dynamics of silliness that go on related to it. My take on it: it’s all simply fun, and the outcome affects nothing, heck there’s not even a prize except for a sidebar badge. But…

From Belgium: New twist on the 'Gore Effect'

Jos, one of WUWT’s readers abroad writes: “It is very cold here in Beligium. This is from today’s edition of the flemish newspaper ‘De Standaard’:” You can find in online here, page 21 of the paper, and page 33 of the link below: http://www.standaard.be/Krant/Beeld/?oDay=07&oMonth=01&oYear=2009